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After a vote of no confidence in his management team was passed by the players earlier this week, Hackett faced the panel last night to see if his position was salvageable.
ANYTHING WILL DO A woman looks for salvageable items among the rubble in Port-au-Prince as earthquake survivors scavenge for anything they can find.
A woman looks for salvageable items in the rubble in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after the disastrous earthquake: as well as the immediate relief work, thoughts are turning to the country's longer-term future
Water is likely to have damaged the radio and computer system but the $500,000 engine was believed to be salvageable.
According to Robert Wood, the US state department spokesman, the "document being negotiated has gone from bad to worse, and the current text of the draft outcome document is not salvageable.
After the Maury County mosque was set ablaze in February, Daoud Abudiab and fellow members attempted to sort through the debris in an effort to preserve any salvageable items.
The company and its subsidiaries continue to seek and acquire value added properties that offer sources of energy/reserves, salvageable materials, continuous revenue streams and development potential.
But for others, we could make a real difference if we could identify which areas of the brain are salvageable.
Paul Cousins of the Australian Licensed Aircraft Engineers Association, agreed that the aircraft appeared to be salvageable.
These characters are more salvageable than many real-life homeless teens since they are not addicted to hard drugs, nor do they sell their bodies under the tight control of pimps.
This applies just as much to reusable and salvageable building materials from structures scheduled for demolishing, as it does to ordinary newspapers and soda cans.
It may be weeks or even months before you will know if things are salvageable,'' said Jon Tsuchiyama, owner of West Valley Nursery in Tarzana.