Afloat


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Afloat

1. See: Going Concern.

2. See: Float.
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I was swallowing so much seawater I felt sick but I knew I had to stay afloat and try to reach land.
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION PROGRAMS AFLOAT PQS NAVEDTRA 43528-B HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
This network, formally known as Consolidated Afloat Networks and Enterprise Services (CANES), will allow the Navy to deploy current technology and operating systems and upgrade to the latest technology and equipment advances when they become available.
The girl had managed to keep herself afloat in the river covered with water hyacinth, which she held on all through the night in pitch darkness," he said, with admiration as well as sympathy for the child.
CSICP is the Navy's process of formally inspecting afloat and ashore information assurance posture based on Department of Defense, Department of the Navy, DISA and National Institute of Standards and Technology standards.
An inquest yesterday heard how Sam's Royal Navy officer step-brother Lewis Hunt, 21, jumped into the water and battled for half-an-hour to keep them both afloat.
Exhausting all of his wings and feet to plug the leaks, the Aflac Duck saves the day with his beak, plugging all of the holes and keeping the boat afloat.
However, SWS onboard spare parts are managed separately in Relational Supply (R-Supply), which acts as the single inventory management system afloat for Trident submarines.
This continuing resolution is the latest in a series that have been enacted to keep transportation spending afloat since SAFETEALU expired on September 30, 2009.
Afloat implementation for ships with NSIPS servers onboard is planned to start in October 2010 and run approximately 24 months as ships' NSIPS servers receive appropriate software updates.
The 48 students, eight teachers and eight crew members from the Class Afloat school program had left Recife, Brazil, only 10 days before.
Summary: With India's discount retailer, Subhiksha, approaching the market seeking infusion of funds to stay afloat during times of global recessionary trends, experts fear that investors might soon start feeling the heat.