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salvor

[′sal·vər]
(naval architecture)
A person who rescues maritime vessels and cargo from loss or destruction.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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An MCA spokeswoman said: "The vessel's owners and insurers have been asked to appoint a salvor and the MCA is waiting for notification of who will undertake the task and the proposed salvage plan."
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Wagner arranged a group called the Real Eight to salvage the site, joining forces with Mel Fisher, a salvor and head of an operation called Mel Fisher's Treasures.
THE complex operation to salvage sunken Kilo class submarine INS Sindhurakshak will start soon as the navy is in the final stages of identifying the salvor to carry out the job.
6 arrived at the scene of the grounding along with USNS Bowditch (T-AGS 62), USNS Salvor (T-ARS 52), and Malaysian tug Vos Apollo.
Leslie (India Salvor Menuez) is an entitled rebel en route to Julliard before deciding to travel east to learn how to dance for the gods.
Meanwhile, their painter friend Alain (Felix Armand) becomes captivated by a redheaded American dancer (artist-actress India Salvor Menuez).
- the Titanic's court-approved salvor. That value was based on a 2007 appraisal and does not include intellectual property gathered from a 2010 scientific expedition that mapped the wreck site.
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.sub.SRR].