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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.

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I mean maybe I may be the most consistent but in any competition, there are many divers who can win.
It also appeared to be sizing up the diver in the shorty as it drew near, as if it would bump him, probing," he said, (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6507249/Shocking-moment-shark-attacks-diver-sinks-jaws-mans-leg-Red-Sea.html) Mail Online reported
Footage of the incident shows one of the divers sat on the coral, when one of the predators approaches from the side and, opening its jaws wide, bites down on his goggles.
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'Can't believe a scuba diver has that low of an EQ (emotional quotient) and an absence of concern for marine life,' he said.
Sean said that a hoist, trailer and other equipment will cost around 29,000 euros altogether and it's a necessary investment as he believes that Cyprus has the potential to become a preferred choice with disabled divers from around the globe.
Ocean divers get the bends -- which can be fatal -- because of not stopping at a series of intervals while resurfacing from water to help the body expel nitrogen build-up in the bloodstream.
Village council members this week authorized spending up to $45,000 in the current budget on the air-supply system that will eliminate the need for the divers to wear heavy tanks on their backs to breathe underwater.
Billingham divers made some new friends last weekend, although one seemed to find something flippin' tasty davy divers 107
The manta ray stealthily swam past the center of the illuminated circle, its body dwarfing the divers. With a wingspan up to six meters long, it could wrap itself around a car.
SCUBA diver behaviour and the management of diving impacts on coral reefs, Biology Conservation, 120: 481-489.
The Egyptian diver Ahmed Gabr has officially broken the world record for the deepest scuba dive, reaching a depth of 332.35 metres -- 16.75 metres deeper than the previous record.