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



a seaport in S Republic of Ireland: port for Cork. 6586. Formerly, Queenstown.
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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.
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.
At Queenstown on of my new acquaintances left us, Mr.
Yesterday," she told him, "by marconigram from Queenstown.
Summary: Queenstown [New Zealand], Jan 26 (ANI): India registered a big 131-run victory over Bangladesh in the quarterfinals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup to set up a semi-final clash with Pakistan.
The project would involve creating a safe, separate access out of Tucker Beach Road for people driving toward Queenstown, using an existing underpass below the nearby Shotover Bridge.
In the day's other fixture of the tournament, England will play against Namibia scheduled to be held at Queenstown Events Centre.
AirMap has joined forces with Airways New Zealand to deploy an unmanned traffic management system that enables safe and compliant drone flights for a three-month trial in the Canterbury and Queenstown regions of New Zealand, the company said.
Thus said Adrien Semblat, the French husband of model-actress Isabelle Daza, as he described the photo he took of Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff, who tied the knot on Sunday morning (Manila time) in Queenstown, New Zealand.
The call of Queenstown came when offshore working as GM at the five-star Cameron House Hotel on Loch Lomond in Scotland.