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safe passage

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsafe passageˌsafe ˈpassage (also safe conduct) noun [countable, uncountable]  official protection for someone when they are in danger or passing through a dangerous areapermit/promise/guarantee etc safe passage (to/for somebody) The government offered safe passage to militants taking up their offer of peace talks.
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safe passageThey call themselves Rektum, and all signs suggest they enjoyed what you might call a safe passage.The water of the red sea divided so as to ensure safe passage for the Israelite.There was risk involved in going, and no guarantee of safe passage.The gunmen released most hostages and headed for Chechnya with the rest after receiving a promise of safe passage.On Jan. 31, the government promised safe passage to Sikh militants taking up the Prime Minister's offer of peace talks.It confined transoceanic vessels to a few narrow shipping lanes that promised safe passage.Instead, Fujimori has offered to provide safe passage out of the country for rebels if they liberate all the captives.That channel is one of only three in the whole archipelago that will allow a nuclear submarine safe passage.permit/promise/guarantee etc safe passage (to/for somebody)On Jan. 31, the government promised safe passage to Sikh militants taking up the Prime Minister's offer of peace talks.It confined transoceanic vessels to a few narrow shipping lanes that promised safe passage.
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