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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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When four members of the Brigade arrived, they quickly found and retrieved the buoy and returned it to its stand.
Fresh off the back of their most recent single Chasing Ghosts, Paper Buoys have offered up Time Won't Wait for their fans.
They sat at the centre of Cathedral Gardens, known locally as Buoys Park, beside Belfast's St Anne's Cathedral for 36 years.
Dr Wan Azizah, who is also National Disaster Management Committee chairman, said the buoys were very important to face tsunamis in the event of earthquakes in Indonesia as Malaysia could also be impacted.
Mooring buoys have begun to be installed in waters around the island of Xiaoliuqiu in an effort to protect the island's unique coral reefs from damage.
But unlike the wave heights recorded by ocean buoys, the height of this wave was decided by a matter of estimation, based on comparing it to Koxaas crouching height in photos.
Every mid-October in our region, commercial stone crab fishermen set their traps in anticipation of harvesting these tasty crustaceans and in as a result, the nomadic tripletail now has miles of crab trap buoys to relate to.
Almost all of the buoys around Middlesbrough's Hudson Quay, near the Riverside Stadium, were tampered with on Sunday, with several thrown into the water.
The Estonian Police and Border Guard Board will mark the border zone area of the Estonian-Russian border on the Narva Reservoir with approximately 40 new spar buoys this summer.
Mei, "Bragg scattering and wave-power extraction by an array of small buoys," Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, vol.
Researchers recently got a new look at these gyres thanks to a visualization that combined 35 years' worth of data on another thing humans drop into the oceans: scientific buoys. The visualization was a finalist in the Data Stories competition sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
None of Indonesia's 22 tsunami warning buoys, installed in 2004 after over 150,000 people were killed by a massive tsunami triggered by a 9.1 magnitude earthquake, were working when a 7.8 temblor (http://www.ibtimes.com/indonesia-earthquake-update-large-quake-strikes-coast-asian-archipelago-nation-2328823) struck the region late Wednesday.
The military denied reports that a large steel marker with Chinese inscriptions and hundreds of yellow buoys were found in waters near Recto (Reed) Bank in the West Philippine Sea (WPS).
According to the festival's Director, restoring 'Al Mafras'encouraged Katara to repeat the process with other buoys.
The article highlights the efforts of Electro Standards Laboratories, Cranston RI, in collaboration with the University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI, to develop new systems to power remote sensor buoys or other remote ocean platforms using wave energy from the ocean.