salvage


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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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In my own practice, I was initially very reluctant to embark on salvage cryosurgery because of the risk of significant complications.
Insurers need a strategic and comprehensive commercial salvage program to compete in today's world.
once dredging is complete so that the vessel to carry out the salvage operations can sail in.
During Operation SALVEX, the divers will also hone their salvage skills on a 'Mud Monster', a pontoon specially built and sunk to practice salvage and diving exercises.
The DWRC, on-deck containment and weights were engineered at the Mammoet Salvage head office in the Netherlands and built at Mammoet Canada Western in Edmonton.
Looking at prostate cancer--specific survival in the subgroups, the investigators found 86% of men given salvage radiotherapy alone and 82% of those treated with radiation plus hormone therapy had not died of prostate cancer 10 years after diagnosis.
DEM has designed the program with input from the auto salvage industry through a formal stakeholder process.
The actual salvage value of materials differs from estimated salvage potential due to the loss of material from damage incurred by deconstruction methodology, impossibility of salvage due to the manner in which the building was constructed and loss of estimated value due to poor salability.
The pro-timber industry legislation would significantly accelerate salvage logging and reforestation after fires, and it would weaken public participation and oversight over forest-recovery projects.
The result: Salvage proceeds have been raised by 50% to 100%, which ultimately reduces insurance claims and losses.
Rescue and salvage ships save battle-damaged combat ships from further harm and tow them to safety.
All too often, patients with persistent or recurrent laryngeal or hypopharyngeal cancer are referred to surgeons in tertiary care centers following combined chemotherapy and radiation in the hope that some curative salvage resection can be performed.