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  • Among them: One person filed a claim for the entire $20 billion, while another asked for $10 billion; a boat captain sought reimbursement for lost income for himself and four deckhands, but it turns out he didn't have any deckhands; and a fisherman claimed he lost a month on the water, but his boat had a hole in it and was dry-docked even before the spill.

    Oil Spill Claims Fund Under Fire

  • Now that Battlestar Galactica—itself a reimagined version of a 1970s TV space opera—has dry-docked, we turn our attention to Caprica, a BSG prequel scheduled to debut on DVD in April and on Sci Fi Channel in 2010.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The Cutty Sark was built in 1869 and dry-docked in Greenwich as a museum in 1954.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • On August 10, Azerbaijansuspended shipment of 200,000bblsof oilto the BTC pipeline, while Kazakhstan dry-docked all vessels and tankers that had been "filled with oil" and moved the oil to storage.

    Readjustments in Pipelineistan

  • The Scandinavian researchers, and later Parks Canada, found the foundations of huts, forges, places where ships would have been dry-docked and repaired, and all manner of tools.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • The actor commandeered the dry-docked high-school marching band and led it around the stadium concourse in a raucous, 20-minute, baton-swinging rendition of Mack Rice's "Mustang Sally."

    NOT JUST PEANUTS

  • Now it sits dry-docked in Long Beach, California, and it's sorta like the Empire State Building: if you live there, you've probably gotten really good at ignoring it.

    mighty pleasin', pappy's corn squeezin'

  • Stories circulated about her that were slightly fantastic: that she lived on a dry-docked boat, that it took her four hours to get ready to go anywhere.

    Rollergirl

  • The water could very well come up to where that museum is, could come up to where it is dry-docked.

    CNN Transcript Aug 29, 2005

  • Beatty and Chadwick wanted to send the ship to Plymouth where she could be dry-docked and repaired rapidly.

    Castles of Steel

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