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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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After reviewing, Brian Major, senior cruise editor, Travel Agent Magazines, says, "Cruise Insider is an informed, timely review of the best in leisure cruising.
The cruising style offers flexible schedules allowing intimate encounters with wildlife, scenery and with like-minded guests.
publishes a free magazine entitled, "World of Cruising," which provides an updated list of cruise discounts to destinations around the world, as well as other useful information about cruising.
While common misconceptions of cruising -- cramped quarters, seasickness, and constant overeating -- aren't easy to squelch entirely, there's been sufficient education about today's cruise lines so that close to half of the North Americans taking a cruise this year are expected to be first-time cruisers.
25, 1993 issue of Newsweek and the February issue of Travel Holiday, both of which feature CLIA's special 28-page section on cruising.
Carnival joins Holland America Line, Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruise Line in offering home port cruising out of one of the West Coast's most well established vacation destinations.
publishes a magazine entitled World of Cruising which is sent free to consumers who call their toll-free number, 800-777-0707 (U.
His appointment reflects the cruise industry's commitment to CLIA's future and confirms organizational goals to look for new and innovative ways to promote cruising while further strengthening the partnership between our industry and the agent community.
Our larger scale will allow us to invest significantly more marketing dollars to truly spread the message about the great value that cruising represents.