I let the water buoy up my weight
It claims that increased custom from the ‘once a week’ pub-goer - the largest group of pub patrons - would buoy profits.
At Carval Rock we tie off to a mooring buoy bolted into the reef at 15m.
The thief had apparently let the stern anchor go and had marked it with a buoy , giving the impression that the boat would be back shortly.
Having achieved this, the fishermen then returned to the marker buoy to retrieve the anchor.
At the same time, a mooring buoy design competition, with cash awards, was held in the villages of the park.
The ‘survivalists’ are certainly doing their share to buoy the gold market.
Much of the bond rally now is built on exaggerated fears of deflation and unrealistic hopes that the Fed will buoy the market by buying bonds.
But the real estate market is always quite cyclical, and a catalyst will usually come along to buoy markets again.
A slightly revised model has just gone on sale, which should help to buoy sales as the year progresses.