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Howell, who owns a pipeline salvage business, thought he could do the work for as little as $1,000.
Yet the sport, like everything else, is too much in salvage mode to know for sure what that looks like.
There were no odds and ends, even, of wreckage which I could salvage for one more week of the old life.
A VIRGINIA SCOUTHUGH PENDEXTER
"These, madam," said I, handing her a small plush bag into which I had poured the "salvage" taken from my sticky palms.
MRS. RAFFLESJOHN KENDRICK BANGS
Others were retaken by the English blockading squadrons, who received then one eighth for salvage.
NEWTON FORSTERCAPTAIN FREDERICK MARRYAT
In a week this salvage of débris was finished; the rock was swept clean, and the Durande was lightened.
The wreck and the salvage vessel assisting each other in opposite ways, saved half the labour of the operation.
The shops which remained open were centres of gossip, where loiterers discussed the miraculous salvage.
To salvage the sticks that spilled, to arrange the booms for rafting down stream, kept Hollister on the move.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
His heart sank when he realized what her plight meant from the wrecking and salvage viewpoint.

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