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cruise

verb A popular term for the seeking, watching, or flirting with potential sexual partners. See Casual sex.

cruise

(krooz)
1. To walk sideways or diagonally while holding onto people or objects. It is a form of locomotion used by infants and toddlers as they begin to assume an upright posture while exploring their environment.
2. A colloquial term for surfing the Internet.
3. To travel for pleasure aboard a ship. Health problems associated with cruising include athletic injuries, excessive use of alcohol, failure to take prescribed medications, and epidemic diarrhea.
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Winners will be selected at random each day in October and some blackout dates apply and are determined by cruise lines.
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Cruise tourism is good business, in no small part because visitors' spending isn't limited to restaurants and stops at souvenir stands.
Cruise, who has been nominated for three Academy Awards (``Born on the Fourth of July,'' ``Jerry Maguire'' and ``Magnolia''), said maintaining his movie-star image was not a consideration when taking on the part.
Pricing usually includes all meals, shipboard entertainment (but please do not compare this to the entertainment on board traditional ocean cruise ships) as well as daily shore excursions.
s (Black Literary Authors Cruise Konnection) maiden voyage on Carnival's Fantasy was a book lover's dream.
Today, there are 15 major cruise lines in the United States (see sidebar), each offering different itineraries, amenities and price tiers.
News ranked cruise lines using a methodology that factored in expert evaluations of cruise ship quality, reputation among travelers (as expressed through reviews and ratings collected by Cruiseline.
Travelers who enjoy small gay-group cruises see it as the best of both worlds--being able to enjoy the wider possibilities of a main stream cruise while feeling comfortable being out with other gay passengers.
The cruise clientele has shifted from its 60s to an estimated average age of 53, according to the ``Today Show's'' Peter Greenberg, who also sailed on the inaugural voyage.
Norwegian Cruise Line, Orient Lines, Crystal Cruises, Princess Cruises and Costa Cruises ply the region on a limited basis.
Cruise West's rapid growth requires a Web-based tool to streamline the complex workflow involved with recruiting and hiring employees nationwide.