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see honeyeaterhoneyeater
or honeysucker,
common name for arboreal birds comprising some 160 species of the family Meliphagidae, and found in Australia, New Zealand, and the SW Pacific. There is a single South American genus.
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(also Bol’shoi Tui), a river in Omsk Oblast, RSFSR; a right tributary of the Irtysh, in the Ob’ Basin. The Tui is 507 km long and drains an area of 8,490 sq km. It meanders through a marshy plain and has a width of up to 120 m in its lower course. Fed by mixed sources, primarily snow, it has a mean flow rate of 27.6 cu m per sec 61 km from its mouth. The Tui freezes in late October or the first half of November, and the ice breaks up in late April or the first half of May.

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We recognise TUI's continued commitment to Bristol with the Boeing 787 Dreamliner being based here throughout summer 2020 providing daily flights to a mix of short and long haul destinations including Orlando, Cancun, Majorca and Turkey.'
Nikos Vlassiadis stated the following, "I am very happy and proud that for another year, the efforts of Creta Maris Beach Resort's team are recognized and rewarded by a world's leading tourism group such as TUI. The strict criteria and the fact that the final selection is the result of our own visitors' vote make these distinctions even more valuable and important to us!
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Stephan Sandmann, General Manager of Club Hotel Dolphin, commenting on this achievement stated, 'It's always a delight being recognized by TUI Germany!
On top of CO2-neutral destinations through CO2-offsetting, reduction of the environmental impact of flying is a long-term goal for TUI in the Nordics.
The importance of this award is highlighted by the fact that TUI has offered only a few of these awards in the past and this on very special occasions.
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As with the other ships in the fleet, the passenger/space ratio remains generous", stated Wybcke Meier, CEO of TUI Cruises.
I don't like flying but booked a Tui holiday because its planes are modern.
TUI, formerly known as Thomson, will run flights from Newcastle to the sun-kissed Mediterranean city from summer 2018.