Queen Mary


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Queen Mary

An articulated road vehicle for transporting dismantled or crashed aircraft and other unwieldy loads. It is a colloquial term more often used in the British Commonwealth.
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When this was subsequently made the ground of exposing him to the reproof of Queen Mary, she remarked that the good doctor, no doubt, had said nothing but what the facts authorized.
Queen Mary seems to have been luring me to my undoing ever since I saw Holyrood, and I have a horrid fear that I may write that novel yet.
We shall hear next that Bloody Queen Mary was as playful as a kitten; and if poor dear Henry the Eighth carried anything to an extreme, it was the practice of the domestic virtues.
LAHORE -- Lahore Waste Management Company's Communication and Community Interface Department Tuesday conducted Cleanliness Awareness Seminar at Queen Mary College, Lahore.
Historic Clyde-built steamship the Queen Mary is to be berthed permanently at Glasgow Science Centre.
The Queen Mary 2, one of the largest cruise ships in the world, arrived into DP World Limassol port at the weekend for a one day transit call.
It's 80 years since the maiden voyage of Cunard's flagship liner, the Queen Mary, which held the transatlantic speed record from the 1930s to the 1950s, The IMechE library team has been cataloguing printed manuscripts ranging from the 19th to the 21st century, and one of these is a delightful publication from Cunard-White Star.
Of course, having paid a little bit more attention, I remembered the Queen Mary in California wasn't the same Queen Mary steam ship that Robbie Coltraine campaigned to bring back to the Clyde, more's the pity.
This will be followed by the Queen Mary 2 calling at the port on April 20 at 8 am.
David Sadler and MS Luise Sutherland of Queen Mary University in London.
She says: "I sailed on the Queen Mary in 1961 and had the most magical trip.
Many people arrived in the early hours of the morning to secure a prime spot to see the Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria.