afloat


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floating

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solvent

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borne on the water

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covered with water

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The LCS logistics support concept of operations fully embraces and implements a distance support model in order to enable labor and crew reductions afloat.
John's hosts the annual Class Afloat graduation ceremonies.
General manager of Youth Afloat, Alex Cockshutt, said: "We are utterly shocked that someone could do this.
She was the only person that kept our family afloat.
Pre-positioning afloat operations now comprise the greatest share of the workload at the terminal.
The Flintstones theme song became the anthem of a city determined to stay afloat and have a great time doing it.
With the help of a Kearsarge (LHD 3) crewmember fluent in Farsi, the ship's crew was able to communicate that the dhow had a broken engine and had been afloat for several hours, and that the crew was very hungry.
Additionally, the Navy offers a Navy College Program for Afloat College Education (NCPACE) that offers both academic skills classes and college courses to sailors.
By the time the Prop 10 money runs out, the hope is that there will be funds, again voted in by the residents of California, to keep PFA afloat, educators say.
THE regional secretary of the TUC has praised the efforts of the MG Rover workforce to keep the firm afloat over the past five years.
Big Night (Columbia/ Tristar, 1996) Brothers Primo (Tony Shalhoub) and Secondo (Stanley Tucci) are a pair of Italian immigrants trying to keep their New Jersey restaurant afloat.
Sensors installed on an immense iceberg stuck in shallow water off Antarctica have relayed data suggesting that the ground motions spawned by large, distant earthquakes can set such grounded icebergs afloat again.
The polystyrene foam that helps boat docks stay afloat can break off in large chunks, littering the lakescape and posing a boating hazard.
Museums depend on public interest as much as hefty donations to stay afloat.