Divers


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Divers

Several; any number more than two; different.

Divers is a collective term used to group a number of unspecified people, objects, or acts. It is used frequently to describe property, as in divers parcels of land.

See: dissimilar, diverse, manifold
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Apart from catering to divers, the HCS facilities may also be used to attend to wounded soldiers as these facilities have also been proven to hasten the cure for certain illnesses from wounds to brain abscess.
Another study found that divers are at risk for back problems at a younger age than the general population.
The Minister, while recognizing the importance of gathering data from recreational lobster divers, acknowledged that the April deadline to submit catch data was a new requirement and that some divers may not have noted this change in the conditions of their licence.
Diving instructor Juanito Soriano said they invited professional and amateur scuba divers to form a group of volunteers that will support sustained underwater clean-up operations.
The second diver, who had stayed to look after his diving partner, was assisted by the crew on board the Atlantic.
Before we had about 70 to 80 divers, but now we only have 30 female divers (in the village)," Jang said.
The all weather relief lifeboat Lifetime Care arrived soon afterwards and most of the divers were transferred on board.
When divers swim too close to the coral, they may inadvertently stir up benthic sediment thereby subjecting coral polyps to increased sedimentation loads.
Although Gabr, fascinated with the sea, has dreamed of becoming a diver since he was a child, he didn't enrol in his first diving course until he was in college.
But there are several factors that aspiring divers should consider.
A boom and a moan were heard via communication devices then fellow divers pulled the man to the surface as he fell unconscious, government task force spokesman Ko Myung-seok told a televised briefing.
JINDO, South Korea -- Divers grope their way slowly through the dark corridors and cabins of the sunken Sewol ferry.