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salvor

[′sal·vər]
(naval architecture)
A person who rescues maritime vessels and cargo from loss or destruction.
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But Quicksilver (whose eyes were very keen, and his wits the sharpest that ever anybody had) perceived that the child was a little confused; and seeing the empty salver, he suspected that she had been taking a sly nibble of something or other.
And take care, above all things, that you say nothing of what was brought you on the golden salver.
Before the match against Leicestershire he was presented with a silver salver to mark the achievement.
CHESTER Golf Club's mixed open competition for the Curzon Salver was again well attended by couples from across the region.
Last Sunday, the Hill had today's opponents on the back foot before the Banks Salver tie was abandoned and the Hetton Lyons batsmen will have to produce better form if they are to avert a fourth defeat.
The silver salver presented to entrepreneur Thomas Savin following completion of the Llanidloes and Newtown Railway in the mid-19th Century, was purchased by the Powysland Museum in Welshpool above its pre-sale estimate of pounds 1,000.
They included an 'Indiana Jones whip', silver salver and book on watercolours from the Prince of Wales.
The project has received a boost with the restoration of a solid silver salver that commemorated an international conference which earned the college a global reputation in the 1960s.
Dubawi, who stands at Sheikh Mohammed's Dalham Hall Stud, collected the Tattersalls Silver Salver as leading first-season sire.
THE prestigious Cleveland Salver will kick off the ZFL North East Master golf series this year.
Whitley Bay Ice Skating Club's awards day was attended by Northumbria Police's Insp Tony Blacklock, who presented a silver salver to one of the winners, John Hayes.
Nick Bhasin (EGU Gold Medal), Peter Bluck (Order of Merit), Robert Eardley, Eric Porter and Alan Sharratt (Captain Black Cup), David Ward (Chinn Cup), Alan Sharratt ( Thornley Cup), John Ganley (Nutt Cup, Moggs-Wright Cup, Eric Porter Salver and Parry Cup), Doug Rawkins (Centenary Salver), Derek Perry, Mike Parker and Ted Salloway (Challingsworth Cup), Paul Dix and John Wyatt (Gibbs Cup), DJ Williams and Ron Wright (Corbett Cup), John Ganley and James Barton (Cooper Cup), Tom Wilson (Junior Generation winner), John Fielding and Keith Bilke (Frank Lewis winners), Alan Sharratt (Ragmore Cup), Steve Scott, Paul Smith and Archie Bain (Lifeboat Trophy), Roy Stanley, David Hartley, Ken Rowe and Mark Coulthard (Gordon Patterson Salver).