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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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Green Buoy provides early stage and small businesses with sustainability fit to their culture, size and industry.
Buoy Labs is the first acquisition by Resideo since it became a standalone, publicly traded company following its spinoff from Honeywell in October 2018.
"They responded that they believed it to be a "South Cardinal Buoy".
'The buoy's role and function has been taken over by an alternative system, which combines tide gauges, coastal cameras and siren system that are being installed in stages nationwide,' he said.
Buoy's AI will then analyze the consumer's inputs in real-time and measure them against proprietary and granular data, to intelligently decide the most important question to ask next.
He said the buoy, installed in March to measure the extreme conditions in the Southern Ocean, also only recorded for a 20-minute burst every three hours to conserve its batteries.
WIRRAL Council were "buoyed" after a lost piece of life-saving equipment resurfaced nearly 900 miles away.
On that particular evening the sea was rough and the boat and the buoy were rolling and bumping violently.
As shown in Figure 1, a floating buoy and a box-type breakwater are placed in the water with uniform depth h.
The lifeboat crew from Holyhead RNLI lifeboat station were called to help Ollie, who had been stuck on the buoy for 20 minutes.
The restoration process of 'Al Mafras'buoy (known as Burj Al Mafras) located north of Raas Abu Aboud was carried out by a team of Qatari volunteers in the old fashioned way, using gravel and a cohesive agent.
REAL-TIME metocean data transmitted by a Fugro Seawatch Wavescan buoy is enabling energy industry construction expert Technip to plan its operations more effectively, leading to improved safety and cost-efficiency.Work is well under way on Technip's largest UK North Sea contract to date.
e Bunker Buoy app, developed by Leamingtonbased RNF Digital Innovation, aims to make fuel purchasing more e cient and economical for captains and yacht managers, while providing superyacht owners with details of cost benets on all fuel purchases.
Dutch energy company Eneco has bought Fugro's wind Lidar buoy and a Japanese company is to deploy a buoy close to a floating power generation system.
Generally, ocean wave energy extraction systems can be classified into single-body floating buoy, two-body floating buoys, and multibody floating buoys by the number of floating buoys [7].