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SHIPWRECK. The loss of a vessel at sea, either. by being swallowed up by the waves, by running against another vessel or thing at sea, or on the coast. Vide Naufrage; Wreck.

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PESHAWAR, January 11, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Six dead bodies of Swatis killed in December 17s ship wreck incident in Libya have been transported to Swat here on Monday.
SUNKEN TREASURE: A ship wreck off the Pembrokeshire coast
They were slightly concerned about whether the rules of the nature protection zone were being observed, as on one dive they came across a dead dolphin which had been tied to a ship wreck so as to encourage more fish for the fishermen.
Sultan's Lost Treasure" presents the attempts of an archaeologist and his team to salvage an ancient ship wreck.
It appears that Rawson's Wreck is a very early colonial ship wreck and as such it fills a vital link in the history of the new world.
A LONG-DELAYED inquest has finally opened into the tragic death of a British diver who had been exploring a ship wreck off the Larnaca coast.
In 2006, he sponsored the examination of a Viking ship wreck in a harbour at Avaldsnes and contributed to a project to find the Royal estate of the Harald Fairhair, the king who unified Norway into one kingdom.
PESHAWAR, January 11, 2010 (Frontier Star ): Six dead bodies of Swatis killed in December 17's ship wreck incident in Libya have been transported to Swat here on Monday.
For younger children, there is plenty to enjoy in the Kiddies' Pool, including the Ship Wreck Slide, Mushroom Slide, Frog Slide and Log Raft.
One theory is it's from a ship wreck from the Second World War.
Matt Bowen, from Thelwall, near Warrington, had been diving around a ship wreck off the coast of Australia when the terrifying attack happened.
The description on Ebay read: "Get directions from your front door to the Ship Wreck Napoli.