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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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Note that a small amount of salvageable material is always lost due to market fluctuations, deconstruction methodology or damage.
It sits with everlasting patience for history to finish telling its story before sweeping up the mess and taking out the garbage, rescuing what is salvageable and shining it up for the showcase of eternity.
Today, most monitors that do not work or do not contain a salvageable CRT are disassembled to begin the recycling process.
There, scientists are removing the dirt and mud that lodged in the container and are trying to determine what data might be salvageable from the $264, million mission.
Anyone involved in vehicle recovery and salvageable parts must register with their local authority or face the hefty fine.
What they didn't dare touch was the monumental job Spector did in splicing the salvageable bits and pieces of miles of rehearsal tapes and takes into coherent tracks, because there was no way of knowing exactly what to reassemble.
When a customer doesn't fit with its current partner or team, yet is deemed salvageable as a profitable customer, the firm can perform what I term an "internal firing.
indinavir battle, in which nelfinavir had a more salvageable pathway (meaning better treatment options if resistance does develop to the drug).
These illiterate alterations are being removed or corrected and the few surviving and salvageable features are being restored.
The stand-alone office and planing mill were spared, but aside from a few beams, not much else from the metal-clad main sawmill building was salvageable.
The only truly salvageable material in this part of the book is Levine's excellent delineation of the function of feudalism in Germany as compared with England and France.