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salvage

noun The saving of something.

verb To rescue, or save the remains of, something, often understood to mean the rescue of cargo lost at sea.
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included the story of the Central America and the salvage contract executed to recover the vessel in its 1967 book about maritime disasters and the history of the company.
The PCGSOG personnel also toured the USNS Salvor, the Safeguard-class salvage ship from which the US.
Many of these patients will have localized recurrent disease thereby making them eligible for consideration for salvage therapy.
Frequently, salvage is the last box to be checked when handling claims, and at the point that salvage is addressed in the process, the insurance company has already gone through settlement and paid off the insured.
Results: the salvage was marketed to a global base of crane and salvage buyers resulting in buyers submitting 87 and a high salvage bid of $271,100.
Resource mobilization for the salvage operations started in February.
The company said that Quad City Salvage operates 23 facilities in 10 states and processes, stores and auctions salvaged cars for the insurance industry, Crashed Toys operates 10 facilities in 6 states with salvaged motorcycles, boats, jet skis and other power sport crafts, adding that Desert View operates in 6 facilities and deals with charity cars.
Since then, case law and international conventions have created prima facie elements for a salvage award and factors for determining the award for a salvage claim.
Jiangsu Jiaolong Salvage is principally engaged in the business of salvaging sunk objects and contractor of provision of engineering services for ports and channels.
During the weeklong exercise, various specialist salvage techniques will be practiced jointly by divers of both navies.
The study's finding of a survival benefit may increase use of salvage radiotherapy, according to the press program's moderator, Dr.
The program, funded through a prior grant of $200,000 from the Environmental Protection Agency, offers salvage yard operators the opportunity to self-certify to the DEM that they comply with certain environmental regulations and best management practices.