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1. The crew just had time to bail out.
2. The government can't bail out every unprofitable state enterprise.
3. The bank helped to bail out the struggling company.
4. The boat will sink unless we bail out.
5. Some local businesses have offered to bail out the museum.
6. Reid was forced to bail out of the crippled aircraft.
7. The eleven crew members managed to bail out, but by the time rescuers arrived, one had died.
8. I know some guys who bail out after the first sign of difficulty and easily slip into a new relationship.
9. The party has had to bail out its merchandising section, Ecotrade, from party funds, whilst running at a loss.
10. Their will be no "moral hazard" from this bail out because the austerity program being forced on the Greeks and others will be no picnic.
11. For better or worse, the authorities have to bail out their financial systems with taxpayer money.
12. He desperately needed cash to bail out the ailing restaurant.
13. Now, the taxpaying public is being asked to bail out these same financial firms.
14. As the government uses fiscal resources to bail out Fannie and Freddie, taxpayers may deem it necessary to save for future contingencies, affecting consumption.
15. The plane's engine failed and the pilot was forced to bail out.
16. I asked for a rise of salary so I could bail out.
17. A crew was sent down the shaft to close it off and bail out all the water.
18. The theory here is that governments are more likely to bail out essential-service projects whose financing has gone bad.
19. And some cemetery supporters have suggested that the industry itself may be persuaded to bail out the Sleeping Ones at Hollywood Memorial.
20. Institutional investors such as mutual funds are more skittish and can bail out after a few quarters of soft earnings.
21. The diversification, along with a bunch of franchisee lawsuits over excessively marked-up food[sentencedict.com], forced Katz to bail out.
22. Sign of the drawing power of the Chinese microblogging phenomenon? Or social media ploy to get China to bail out Europe?
23. Frau Merkel is further cramped by anxiety that German taxpayers will revolt against writing even larger cheques to bail out reckless bankers and feckless Club Med nations.
24. Mr Di-Aping, from Sudan(sentencedict.com/bail out.html), pointed out that the world paid $1.3 trillion to bail out the banks in the financial crisis.
25. She was quoted in the Express by an unnamed source as saying: "I won't bail out those two silly girls.".
26. It performed ineptly in the run up to the financial crisis and in refusing to bail out Lehman Brothers.