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flotsam

wreckage from a ship found floating

flotsam

[′flät·səm]
(engineering)
Floating articles, particularly those that are thrown overboard to lighten a vessel in distress.
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Luckily, Flotsam had a cancellation, and we nabbed the last room-the Sea Suite.
Among the financial flotsam surrounding Allied Bank is a lawsuit it filed against U.
RECENT headlines reveal 47,000 patients are stuck in hospital backlogs, treating human beings as flotsam floating on a river which goes nowhere.
A bit of flotsam locked within the eye's inner being Always with movement it's floating or fleeing.
Flotsam And Jetsam is a favourite, and there are some lovely horn harmonies (John Martin is on tenor and soprano) in Gneiss.
The story centres on a clearly curious young boy, who visits the beach with his collecting and analysing kit, eager to see what flotsam the sea has for him today.
The demo entitled Flotsam and Jetsam takes place at St.
Teams can then decorate their sandcastle with flotsam and jetsam found on the beach.
Balls, fishing flag among more tsunami flotsam found in N.
Nothing more enjoyable than to see inflatables, kayaks and swimmers tossed around like the flotsam we see all too often.
Renee, who hails from Penarth, spends time with farmer Gareth Wyn Jones in Snowdonia, helping out with the birth of spring lambs, learns the secrets of foraging for fresh seafood in Gower, and joins a host of other surfers dodging flotsam and jetsam to enjoy the thrill of riding the Severn bore.
We are passing clouds that watch time churn up Galway flotsam,