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Synonyms for diver

someone who dives (into water)


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large somewhat primitive fish-eating diving bird of the northern hemisphere having webbed feet placed far back

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The statement said the SAR operation was activated at 9.40pm last night after a report on the disappearance of the diver was received at 9:35pm.
The people faced lot of difficulties in tracking down the bodies of those drowned in river due to non availability of the expert divers. Therefore the expert diver team would now present round the clock in the area tracking down the people from the river water.
Cliff Diver Rhiannan Iffland (photo by Brian Yalung)
The injured diver, who was touring with the group Divercrew, was rushed to hospital in the group's boat.
It is this reason the group Dirty Hands Divers was formed by concerned divers Warren Co, Jojo Gador, John Calbalde, Eugene Te and resort manager Janneth Cubabab.
Diver Vince Tenchavez, 34, said his group, Scuba Hobby and Recreation Company of Divers, was at the private Bauan Divers Sanctuary Resort for the cleanup activity.
On such dives, Sean employers a minimum of a second experienced diver, and in some cases this will be more, to ensure the safety of the disabled diver, this pushes up the costs, he said, but these are not passed onto his customers.
Summary: Decompression chamber at Dubai Police clinic assists sick amateur divers
"Typically, a diver will be underwater anywhere from 10 to 15 minutes working," Andersen told the village council.
Davy Divers 107, based at the Forum, filmed the playful pups while diving by the Farne Islands.
She is a PADI Master Scuba Diver, an American Academy of Underwater Sciences scientific diver, and a certified ice diver.
The number of contacts with corals declined with the increasing diver experience with a trend towards fewer contacts with advanced diver training.
The Egyptian diver Ahmed Gabr officially breaks the world record for the deepest scuba dive, reaching a depth of 332.35 metres
Scott is a golf ball diver, specializing in finding submerged golf balls in Jacksonville, Florida.