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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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Drew's Salvage Hunter fans can also look forward to new episodes of the series starting in February.
Salvage logging disrupts these processes, with negative impacts on trees, the quality and quantity of water in forest streams, and fish and wildlife.
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.
"Storied Salvage was birthed from the idea that America's rich heritage--and particularly that of the Deep South--needs not only to be preserved, but restored," says Hoar.
Are auto insurers maximising returns from their salvage portfolios?
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: using the expertise of a professional liquidator and searching an extensive database to pre-qualify buyers, six companies were approved to place bids on the salvage plant resulting in a successful sale with a final sale price of $405,000 resulting a net savings on the claim of $1.4m.
It is a race against time for international salvage company Resolve Marine Group that was selected by the Navy after intense scrutiny to carry out the massive task.
"We are still waiting application for salvage permit and whoever will be designated by the salvage company," he said.