river buoy

river buoy

[′riv·ər ‚bȯi]
(navigation)
A lightweight nun or can buoy especially designed to withstand strong currents.
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These signs which are so plentiful, in shape like river buoys, or small balloons, hoisted by cords to poles, and dangling there, announce, as you may see by looking up, 'OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE.
In an effort to keep the Columbia River Buoy 10 Chinook fishery open through the Labor Day weekend, fishery managers decided last week to limit Chinook harvest to hatchery adipose fin-clipped fish only beginning Monday.
The bell of a river buoy tolls through the dawn mist, painted in soft, held orchestral chords to introduce a timeless North East tale, that of shipbuilding on Wearside.
Columbia River Buoy 10 anglers are taking fair numbers of chinook and coho salmon, with the best catches coming around high slack tide.
Festival will honor the Columbia River Buoy 10 fishery and its
Contract award: river buoys floating light signaling sulina channel.
The contract is the acquisition of fully equipped river buoys signal Sulina Canal.
The new virtual weather locations were developed using weather data from a variety of government and other public sources, such as airports, ocean or river buoys, and aircraft and satellite readings.
Tenders are invited for River Buoys Floating Light Signaling the Sulina Channel
Procurement the Object of the Contract Is Fully Equipped River Buoys Acquisition Sulina Channel Signaling.