Queenstown


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Queenstown

(ˈkwiːnzˌtaʊn)
n
(Placename) the former name (1849–1922) of Cóbh

Cóbh

(koʊv)

n.
a seaport in S Republic of Ireland: port for Cork. 6586. Formerly, Queenstown.
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At Queenstown on of my new acquaintances left us, Mr.
By ten in the evening they were passing Queenstown.
The Henrietta entered Queenstown Harbour at one o'clock in the morning, it then being high tide; and Phileas Fogg, after being grasped heartily by the hand by Captain Speedy, left that gentleman on the levelled hulk of his craft, which was still worth half what he had sold it for.
Yesterday," she told him, "by marconigram from Queenstown.
It was the envelope of the fatal letter which Mademoiselle Violet had written him to Queenstown.
The stop at Queenstown, the tedious passage up the Mersey, were things that he noted dimly through his growing impatience.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges turned the first sod to build the new bridge on State highway 6 at Frankton near Queenstown.
Jesse Ryder 104 46 New Zealand v West Indies Queenstown Jan 01, 2014
Highlights include Christmas day in Queenstown, where you will Cruise to Walter Peak Station on the historic TSS Earnslaw.
Now the Bay of Plenty has taken the sixth rank in terms of visitor spend after Auckland, Wellington, Queenstown, Christchurch and the Waikato, said a report in (http://www.
GREAT WAR 100 The captain of the Megantic immediately dispatched a wireless message, which was received by the Admiralty at Queenstown.
The day's festivities will culminate at Queenstown Premium Outlets in Queenstown, MD located at 441 Outlet Center Drive with a Freedom Station grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony at 12:30 p.