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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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While there is some debate as to why these triple finned fish relate to the buoys, in its simplest form, it is a two-fold answer: safety from predators and food.
A Cleveland Police spokeswoman confirmed the force received reports of youths near the life buoys on Friday.
This summer, the Police and Border Guard Board is planning to mark the border regime area on the Narva Reservoir with approximately 40 new spar buoys," Helen Neider-Veerme, head of the office for integrated administration of the border at the Estonian Police and Border Guard Board, informed.
Experts at NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio combined the movements of more than 17,000 buoys to illustrate the motions of the oceans.
com/news/articles/2016-03-03/indonesia-tsunami-buoys-stolen-or-broken-disaster-agency-says) reportedly said Thursday that all of the 22 buoys in the area needed to be replaced, adding that authorities need 11 trillion rupiah ($831 million) for a "tsunami master plan program" that would include building evacuation shelters and improving the buoy system.
No less than the Vice Admiral Alexander Lopez, head of the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) - Western Command (Wescom) that has jurisdiction over WPS refuted reports that rubber buoys and the floating steel marker were found at the area at the end of May.
A RIVER Mersey navigation buoy which washed up on Formby beach will be put back in position over the next few days.
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.
Successful trial results of the next generation of multi-purpose buoys for the renewable energy industry that use Lidar - the light-based version of radar - have led to orders from operators in the wind energy sector.
Lighthouses and Buoys of the Chesapeake" is a Sidney Seagull series nature book for children of elementary school age.
2m OSIL Dredge Monitoring Buoys, equipped with multi parameter Hydrolab DS5X sondes.
We then deployed our first pattern of buoys to localize the suspected sub.
By Hussein Abu-Nada/Doha Several members of the fishing community in Al Khor have renewed their demand for proper illumination of buoys and channels used by boats there in view of the safety risks faced by both professional and amateur fishermen.
The SAIC Tsunami Buoys will be part of a larger network of tsunami sensors.