salvage

  1. property or goods saved from damage or destruction
  2. the act of saving goods or property that were in danger of damage or destruction
  3. the act of rescuing a ship or its crew or its cargo from a shipwreck or a fire

Salvage

Salvage is military slang for to misappropriate, to steal.
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Salvage

Salvage is military slang for to misappropriate, to steal.
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Salvage

Commercial salvage of objects from relatively young shipwrecks, e.g. Titanic, may be justified by the fact that the ship is deteriorating, i.e. the wrecksite is not yet stable. Reasons against salvaging old wrecksites are that they are often stable (thus no hurry) and they are often historically or archaeologically valuable (information may be lost...
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Salvage

The utilization of waste materials.
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Salvage

The act of obtaining a secondary material through collection, sorting, etc.
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salvage

Product containers/shippers (bales, pallets, containers) that must be returned or recycled to defray operational costs.
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salvage

[n] - property or goods saved from damage or destruction 2. [n] - the act of saving goods or property that were in danger of damage or destruction 3. [n] - the act of rescuing a ship or its crew or its cargo from a shipwreck or a fire 4. [v] - save from ruin or destruction 5. [v] - collect discarded or refused material
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salvage

Saving or rescue, either as a whole or in part, of any property threatened with destruction, especially at sea. The term is used more specifically for compensation payable to those who, by voluntary...
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Salvage

Removes salvageable parts from defective product identified during inspection.
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Salvage

Sal'vage noun [ French salvage , Old French salver to save, French sauver , from Latin salvare . See Save .] 1. The act of saving a vessel, goods, or life, from perils of the sea. « Salvage of life from a British ship, or a foreign ship in Brit...
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Salvage

Sal'vage adjective & noun Savage. [ Obsolete] Spenser.
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salvage

noun the act of rescuing a ship or its crew or its cargo from a shipwreck or a fire
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salvage

noun property or goods saved from damage or destruction
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Salvage

• (n.) That part of the property that survives the peril and is saved. • (n.) The act of saving a vessel, goods, or life, from perils of the sea. • (n.) The compensation allowed to persons who voluntarily assist in saving a ship or her cargo from peril. • (a. & n.) Savage.
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salvage

in maritime law, the rescue of a ship or its cargo on navigable waters from a peril that, except for the rescuer`s assistance, would have led to the ... [3 related articles]
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salvage

salvage 1. To save used, damaged, or rejected goods for recycling or for further use. 2. To save something of worth or merit from a situation or event that is otherwise a failure. 3. To save a ship, cargo, crew, or other property or goods from destruction or loss.
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Salvage

[The X-Files] `Salvage` is the ninth episode of the eighth season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files. It premiered on the Fox network on January 14, 2001. The episode was written by Jeffrey Bell and directed by Rod Hardy. `Salvage` is a `Monster-of-the-Week` story, unconnected to the series` wider mythology. The e...
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Salvage

[Angel episode] ==History of Image:Radio Cayman Two Breeze logo.gif== ...
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Salvage

[Transformers] Salvage is a fictional character in the Transformers series. He was introduced in the 2007 Transformers toy line, then revamped for the Power Core Combiners line in 2011. ==Transformers== According to his box biography, Salvage was brought to life by the All Spark in the final battle against Megatron. In the Titan comic serie...
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salvage

each side edge of a woven fabric and an actual part of the warp in the goods
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salvage

salvage, in maritime law, the compensation that the owner must pay for having his vessel or cargo saved from peril, such as shipwreck, fire, or capture by an enemy. Salvage is awarded only when the party making the rescue was under no legal obligation to do so. A claim for salvage ordinarily is allo...
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Salvage

(n) Salvage is the recovery of goods or portion of the good exposed to an accident, damage, pilforation etc due to an unexpected incident like fire, wreckage, breakdown, natural calamities etc
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salvage

1) v. to save goods. 2) n. payment to a person or group which saves cargo from a shipwreck.
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SALVAGE

The property which has been recovered from a wrecked vessel, or the recovery of the vessel herself.
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