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cav·er

 (kā′vər)
n.
1. One that caves.
2. One who explores or studies caves, especially as a sport or recreational pursuit.
Translations

caver

[ˈkeɪvəʳ] Nespeleólogo/a m/f

caver

[ˈkeɪvər] nspéléologue mf

caver

nHöhlenforscher(in) m(f)
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TSE: ETI), announced that it has elected Peter Davies as Chairman of the Board and Derek Tennant as President, and Paul Caver as a Director, effective immediately.
Caver, President of Aleier, said, "Aleier is the French word meaning to combine together, to alloy or to meld.
Paul Caver, Vice President, CFO & General Counsel, of ETI, stated, ``Expectations for a turnaround have been achieved from our management of acquisitions successfully eliminating losses within only nine weeks.
Caver, President of Caver-Morehead, explained that "the addition of RFM's resources, products and capabilities allows us to enhance support to existing customers as they move to adopt real-time connections to their critical assets to improve maintenance and management activities.
The caver became caught in a crevice in Pollprughlish Cavea in Co Fermanagh, close to the Marble Arch Caves outside Enniskillen.
Caver Mick Murphy prepares to explore the old lead mine suddenly revealed in a field near Mold Picture: JEFF PITT
A YOUNG caver was last night airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after a 24-hour ordeal underground.
Caver Adam Spillane said: "It is a truly amazing sight.
Yesterday, Chepstow Racecourse was quiet, but 150ft underground a rescue team had spent an entire day crawling through mud and water to bring the 22-year-old experienced caver to safety.
Caver characterized the donation as the third largest the organization received in this year's campaign.
SCARY DEPTH Doolin cave in Co Clare; WATER HAZARD Cavers face underground flood danger; RESCUED Brian MacCoitir; RELIEVED Brian Lillis glad to be above ground; EXHAUSTED Caver Robin Sheen
Javier Vargas, a caver from the National University mountain climbing association, ridiculed local press reports that the British might have been seeking uranium or other minerals.