Cunard


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Cunard

(kjuːˈnɑːd)
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(Biography) Sir Samuel (1787–1865). Canadian shipping magnate, founder of the Cunard line
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The 13th of April, 1867, the sea being beautiful, the breeze favourable, the Scotia, of the Cunard Company's line, found herself in 15@ 12' long.
At last the Hudson came into view; and, at a quarter-past eleven in the evening of the 11th, the train stopped in the station on the right bank of the river, before the very pier of the Cunard line.
Hardly a week after his decease, one of the Cunard steamers brought intelligence of the death, by cholera, of Judge Pyncheon's son, just at the point of embarkation for his native land.
Because I count on you to ring up the Cunard office first thing tomorrow; and you'd better book a return on a boat from Marseilles.
SIGNATURE Living's plans to develop a fine dining restaurant in the historic Cunard building have undergone a dramatic change - after the project's managing director and top chef were both let go.
PT Barnum sailed across the Atlantic on Cunard ships between New York and Liverpool many times.
Janet Flanner, writing in memory of Nancy Cunard in 1966 ("Nancy Cunard" 89)
This signature class ship, the second largest vessel in the Cunard Cruises fleet, made her first overnight stay in Mina Rashid following her maiden visit to Abu Dhabi on April 17 and before departing for Aqaba, Jordan on April 19.
The Queen Elizabeth, the newest ocean liner of luxury cruise line Cunard, will make its maiden Abu Dhabi call at the Zayed Port cruise terminal later this month on April 17.
UK-based cruise ship operator Cunard said it will commemorate the 175th year of the company's founding with special global voyages meant to celebrate this milestone.