DIVER


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We won't go back empty-handed," cried an English sailor; and then he spoke to one of the Indian divers.
The other Indian divers immediately plunged over the boat's side and swam headlong down, groping among the rocks and sunken cannon.
But this return to the upper strata was not so sudden as to cause relief from the pressure too rapidly, which might have produced serious disorder in our organisation, and brought on internal lesions, so fatal to divers.
Then the General sent many boats aboard the Revenge, and divers of our men fearing Sir Richard's disposition, stole away aboard the General and other ships.
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.
Minister Brown added, Going forward, I want to have broader consultation on the issue, and I encourage the formation of a lobster diver association to facilitate this.
At around 3pm the Joint Rescue Coordination Center (JRCC) in Larnaca received a report about a diver who had gone missing in the Larnaca bay area.
Davy Divers 107, based at the Forum, filmed the playful pups while diving by the Farne Islands.
com)-- Hire Divers of Lake George began providing Scientific Diving Aquatic Invasive Services (AIS) in the Fall of 2015 to Cornell University on Lake Oneida.
After arriving on scene crew member Mike Doran attending the casualty said 'one diver seemed to be very tired and holding on to the rocks, we immediately lifted him on board of the D Class and returned him ashore, fortunately no medical attention was required.
The earning of a female diver depends on her ability.
Coral communities dominated by branching corals are especially susceptible to diver damage due to their delicate and fragile structure.