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Salvaging and assisting vessels in distress, whether from maritime causes or from the operations of the enemy.
OUR NAVY IN THE WARLAWRENCE PERRY
His salvaging outfit is in Florida, but he lives on Delaware Bay.
It was a great business clearing the trench of mud and salvaging and cleaning the ammunition.
Q.6.A AND OTHER PLACESFRANCIS BUCKLEY
That the waves and the tide were sure to bring them in again, to the delight of the salvaging caddies, made no matter to him.
FIFTY YEARS OF GOLFHORACE G. HUTCHINSON
He moved carefully along the straggling line of bodies, salvaging the weapons and turning off their fearful blasts.
TWO THOUSAND MILES BELOWCHARLES WILLARD DIFFIN
Brion shrugged and turned back to salvaging the equipment pack, pushing the punctured balloon free and sealing the lock.
PLANET OF THE DAMNEDHARRY HARRISON
"All right; go to it," he yielded; and after I had picked my crew of two, I took the long-boat and set about the salvaging.
PIRATES' HOPEFRANCIS LYNDE
"Well, I guess it's all right," rumbled the salvaging expert, looking down at the sea dubiously.
There's talk of blasting them clear, of salvaging them for metals and so on.
To me, they've always been a bunch of greedy businessmen, intent on salvaging their franchises at any expense.