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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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the wreck remains unclaimed, the Receiver is entitled to sell the wreck and after defraying the receiver's expenses, the Receiver will pay to the salvor such amount as the Secretary of State directs either generally or directs in the particular case.
y Hober Mallow ocupo su lugar junto a Hari Seldon y Salvor Hardin en el corazon del pueblo de la Fundacion" (Asimov, 1984: 199).
The salvors have been asked to remove the live ammunition be removed in watered condition so that it can be diffused subsequently.
Meanwhile, their painter friend Alain (Felix Armand) becomes captivated by a redheaded American dancer (artist-actress India Salvor Menuez).
Marine Salvage is the salvage of marine property, in essence, saving it from certain marine peril and thereby bestowing upon the owner of a distressed vessel a benefit, that were it not for the salvor, the owner's property would be lost or significantly damaged.
A spokesman said: "Ship salvage should be a commercial matter between a ship's operator and the salvor.
Node C becomes the salvor, it saves the RREP message, and then it broadcasts a [RREQ.
The purpose of salvage (106) is to "accord the salvor a right
The wholesale value of the airplane was determined through the Aircraft Blue Book and the salvor would bid the salvage based on what they thought they could sell within a month, usually the engine and avionics, factoring in the retrieval costs, what parts were hot and what they had to store for months or years.
com or 415/227-4700); B Salvor fawn pillow ($64; www.
Both companies would own 50% of the shares of the joint venture, called Salvor Oy, according to Lassila & Tikanoja.