(2)Sunken ships and sunken articles retrieved from sea areas under PRC jurisdiction outside its inland or territorial sea, their value in price will be shared by the Chinese and foreign salvage operators in proportions as stipulated in the contract.
(3)Sunken ships and sunken articles refer to all kinds of ships and articles, including their main bodies and equipment, all goods and other articles on board, that have sunken under surface of China′s coastal waters or buried under mud on the seabed.
(4)Salvage operations refer to the engineering operations on the sunken ships and sunken articles, including scanning, measuring, surveying and probing as well as actual lifting and related activities, carried out in accordance with the joint salvage contract or the contract for the Chinese-foreign cooperative salvage enterprise.
(1)Sunken ships and sunken articles raised in PRC inland sea or territorial sea belong to PRC, and foreign businesses will share the benefits from the retrieved objects or their value in price in accordance with relevant stipulations in the joint salvage or cooperative salvage enterprise contracts.
Valuable raw materials were salvaged(from the sunken freighter).
(5)fees relating to floating, elimination, recycling and destruction of sunken ships, shipwreck, stranded objects, abandoned ships or making them harmless, including fees relating to floating, elimination, recycling and destruction of the objects which still are or were abroad such ships or making them harmless, and fees relating to maintenance of abandoned ships and suppurating the crew members;
(1)abandoning or piling objects which obstruct navigation or the passage of flood, or planting trees and growing crops of a long-stalk variety which obstruct the passage of flood in any river, lake, reservoir or canal, or abandoning sunken vessels, laying fishing gear which obstructs navigation, or growing aquatic plants in any navigable river;
He returned to the area 14 years later and left with millions of Chinese ceramics from a sunken ship named Tek Sing.
a sunken rock
Raise a sunken ship(up)to the surface
The Influences of the vibration-crushed and Hammering Gravel Piles on the Saturated Cohesive Soil and Sunken Pipe Diameters on the Processing Effects
The provisions of this Article shall not prejudice the rights of the owners or managers of the sunken or drifting objects to demand compensation from third parties.
These procedures are not applicable in cases that the sunken ships and sunken articles in China′s coastal waters are salvaged by the owners themselves or agencies entrusted by the owners.
Comparison and Selection of Schemes of Construction of Sunken Tunnel Tubes in Drydocks
A thousand sails pass by the side of a sunken ship; ten thousand flowers bloom before the stricken tree.
Besides the money from the sunken Spanish ship, he has an estate in Brazil, kept intact all the time he was away by an honest Portuguese captain, and ￡10,000 waiting for him in Portugal.
wreck on a sunken rock
The captain knew that another attempt would be made later, for the sunken ship he was trying to find had been carrying a precious cargo of gold bullion.
Miserable food, ill-timed and greedily eaten, had played havoc with bone and muscle. They were all pale, flabby, sunken-eyed, hollow-chested, with eyes that glinted and shone and lips that were a sickly red by contrast.
But the claim made by a local authority to recover the cost of salvaging a sunken pie dish must surely be unique.
When Mrs. Hall took up the lodger′s supper, she saw that he had unpacked his trunksand boxes and set up some strange apparatus. The lodger was not wearing his glasses; his eyeslooked sunken and hollow.
属类：文学表达-外国名著-The Invisible Man
An enclosed,usually sunken area in which animals,such as dogs or gamecocks,are placed for fighting.
Article 8. The objects for salvage must be clearly stated in the joint salvage contract and the contract for the cooperative salvage enterprise. Chinese and foreign salvage parties shall not decide on their own to salvage sunken ships and sunken articles that are found in their operations but are not included in the contracted objects for salvage.
Article 26. When removing or dismantling installations, salvaging or removing sunken ships or objects, and handling the finishing operations of underwater projects, no hidden dangers shall be left to menace navigational or operational safety.
[Article 27] Rules governing the inbound and outbound containers, rules governing the salvage of inbound and outbound goods and sunken ships, rules governing import and export goods under small-scale border trade and rules governing other inbound and outbound goods not specified in this Law shall be drawn up by the customs General Administration independently or in conjunction with the relevant department under the State Council.
Article 20. Port authority has the right to call a halt to salvage operations on sunken ships and sunken articles carried out in China′s coastal waters in violation of these Procedures, and mete out punishments of a warning or fines. Those who have caused damage to the country and others have the responsibility for paying compensations.
Article 21. Participation of enterprises, other economic organizations or individuals from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan in the salvage of sunken ships and sunken articles in China′s coastal waters can proceed with reference to these Procedures.
Article 2. These procedures apply to activities involving salvaging of sunken ships and sunken articles of commercial value in China′s coastal waters with the participation of foreign businesses.
Procedures of the P.C.C.. for the Administration of Salvaging Sunken Vessels
1.(of a person's eyes or cheeks) deeply recessed, especially as a result of illness, hunger, or stress.
‘her face was white, with _sunken_ cheeks’
‘What made it special was that it had the shape of a human skull, on one side of which were small cavities that looked like a pair of _sunken_ eye-sockets above a simple mouth.’
2.At a lower level than the surrounding area.
‘a _sunken_ garden’
‘Its cooling pool and fountain overlook the _sunken_ Knot Garden, named for the intricate pattern into which chains of dwarf evergreen Japanese holly, juniper, and arborvitae have been woven.’
3.Having sunk or been submerged in water.
‘the wreck of a _sunken_ ship’
‘War has many legacies, and today we look at an environmental one that’s now raising its head in the pristine waters of the Pacific: _sunken_ battleships.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。