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  • noun Plural form of dredger.

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  • Every segment is covered: luxury (mega) yachts, naval vessels (frigates, corvettes, patrol crafts and submarines), special vessels (such as dredgers, oil ships, crane ships and cargo vessels) offshore platforms, passenger liners and inland waterways vessels.

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  • Mercator, which owns four dredgers, plans to buy two more by December for a total of $30 million-$35 million as it expects more dredging contracts in India, Mr. Agarwal said.

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  • And within the past few weeks, Peruvian security forces have launched an unprecedented operation to destroy the unlawful gold-mining dredgers that are now killing off river habitats by pumping up river-silt.

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  • “My dredgers redeemed twice that acreage from the marshes in the past year,” Dick replied.

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  • Mercator, which owns four dredgers, plans to buy two more by December for a total of $30 million-$35 million as it expects more dredging contracts in India, Mr. Agarwal said.

    Mercator Plans Share Sale for Singapore Coal Unit IPO

  • Except for the dredgers, the fresh-piled sand, the dense willow thickets, and always Mt. Diablo to the south, nothing was to be seen.

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  • When he ditched his tule-swamps, instead of contracting the excavation, he bought the huge dredgers outright, and, when there was slack work on his own marshes, he contracted for the draining of the marshes of neighboring big farmers, land companies, and corporations for a hundred miles up and down the

    CHAPTER IV

  • Other trips they made, sometimes accompanied by Dick, to his great dredgers working in the Sacramento basin, or his dam-building on the Little Coyote and Los Cuatos creeks, or to his five-thousand-acre colony of twenty-acre farmers, where he was trying to enable two hundred and fifty heads of families, along with their families, to make good on the soil.

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  • Your dredgers, your consensus, how lower grows in timepieces of Elevator.

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  • And Boskalis is known for its trailing hopper suction dredgers, a fleet that includes the largest THSD in the world; no doubt they'll be deployed to carry out the company's newly awarded contract, worth nearly $1.5 billion, to create a new port for Abu Dhabi.

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