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Synonyms for buoy

buoy someone up

Synonyms for buoy

to keep from yielding or failing during stress or difficulty

Synonyms for buoy

float on the surface of water

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keep afloat

mark with a buoy

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Thailand is not worried about the warning system on the side of the Gulf of Thailand, where there are numerous oil and gas exploration fields, because the Royal Thai Navy has adequate equipment and buoys there to detect pressure in the sea.
Emergency workers said that the windsurfer, who had to swim half a mile to the buoy after he was swept out to sea when his sail broke away from his board, had been lucky to escape with his life.
Over the length of this contract SAIC will support NDBC's role in the establishment of the Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS) by enhancing the data management system, increasing the number and quality of measures with the infusion of new technology into the MON, and significantly increasing the size of the buoy network.
Samples of DNA from Mr Buoy were found in her hair and clothes.
has been in the "buoyancy business" for nine years, making harbor buoys, ice buoys, specialty buoys, all kinds of buoys.
He ran a 1/0 circle hook through the shrimp's back end and cast it beyond the buoy to draw it near the fish.
The buoys are part of a multimillion-dollar warning system that includes seabed detection devices and sirens.
He said: "It's a lateral buoy used to create almost like a road out of the Mersey for ships.
At Mayhew, we see a multitude of uses for the Buoy product; in fact, we're already recommending it to some of our clients.
The open morning will offer prospective buyers the chance to look around, talk to the building's owner, Captain Ren Shipley, and speak to the agent, George White, prior to the Buoy House auction on the evening of Tuesday, September 11, at 6pm.
PONTEFRACT caters well for staying handicappers and the latest marathon produced a dramatic climax as the lead see-sawed between long-time leader Dan Buoy and Fair Spin in the home straight with Fair Spin getting his head in front where it mattered to reward those who backed him at a high of 200 in running.
Thirty workers will be needed to build and deploy the first buoy, according to Ocean Power Technologies.
Each buoy will be rated for 3,000 meters, making them the largest buoyancy modules constructed for that depth.
A buoy anchored southeast of Greenland gathered data in one of the world's most hostile environments for more than five months, until the really rough weather of winter arrived.
The contractor and SPAWAR conducted a series of tests this year that uses a buoy ejected from the submarine's trash chute to establish a communications link to the outside world.