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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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If a pilgrimage to see autumn colors is on your wish list but traveling roads clogged with leaf-peeping tourists isn't your thing, you can peek at peak-season colors in a more leisurely way - on a cruise that lets you drift past leaves, rather than the leaves drifting past you.
There was some rough sailing for the cruise industry at the end of 2006.
Small cruise lines have decided to fight the big lines for their market share.
Roughly speaking, the passenger population on small gay cruises skews toward men from 35 to 50.
While menus are generally more limited than on traditional ocean cruises, the food is often fresher, more home like and delicious.
Cruisin' on the Sea of Love," the 1997 Romance Slam Jam, set sail July 27 on a four-day cruise to the Bahamas on the Carnival ship Fantasy with eight romance writers and their fans on board.
The only way to find out how great cruises can be is to try one yourself.
The industry anticipates an increase in the popularity of western cruises.
A cruise ship doesn't took for a port, it looks for a region.
In addition to Priceline Cruises' free iPod offer, specific cruise line bonuses are:
Big size also marks the cabins - which should be good news to those who have squeezed into conventional staterooms on cruises.