Origin of salvor
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Altogether, there is plenty of rich treasure in the sea awaiting the salvor who is bold enough to go after it.
If an apprentice is a salvor, he, and not his master, is entitled to the salvage.The Seaman's Friend|Richard Henry Dana
The salvor was forty minutes in the water, supporting the man.
She falters at the end of the long tow-rope and sheers wildly in the wake of her salvor.Merchantmen-at-Arms|David W. Bone
Were they built more like a bridge truss, the salvor's difficulties would be materially lessened.