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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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USA], Oct 31 ( ANI ): A recent report has suggested that competitive divers are at a high risk of injuring their shoulders, back, elbows, wrists and other body parts.
Walton Brown JP, MP, announced a cap on the number of recreational lobster divers for the 2017-2018 season, which opens September 1, 2017.
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The divers were surprised the pups were so willing to approach them as seals can be wary of divers, especially when they're young.
The second diver, who had stayed to look after his diving partner, was assisted by the crew on board the Atlantic.
Jang said she's proud to work as a female diver, although she longs for the day when she could just stay at home and do nothing.
The diver may even unintentionally kick corals with their fin when they lose buoyancy (39.
The Egyptian diver Ahmed Gabr has officially broken the world record for the deepest scuba dive, reaching a depth of 332.
For example, the course charges the diver a fee for the opportunity to harvest the ponds.
The diver was bleeding on his face, received CPR and was taken to a hospital on a helicopter but was declared dead there, Ko said.
Another civilian diver said that sometimes it was pitch black; other times there was less than a foot of visibility.
Two scuba divers in Bluefish Cove, California encountered a huge octopus that attacked them and tried stealing their camera.
Directional divers like the Luhr-Jensen Dipsy Diver have a dial with different settings.
Red Diver, using proper line-pull signals, let us know when you have left surface and reached bottom, and give us okays on the way down," commands the dive supervisor over the radio.