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liner

 [līn´er]
material applied to the inside of the walls of a cavity or container for protection or insulation.
cavity liner an agent used to line a tooth cavity for protection of the pulp from irritation and for neutralization of the free acids of zinc phosphate cements.

li·ner

(lī'nĕr),
A layer of protective material.

lin·er

(lī'nĕr)
A layer of protective material.
Synonym(s): insulating base, protective base.
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The organisation is urgently appealing for donors and investors, in an effort to give the ocean liner a future it deserves such as a hotel, floating apartments, office space or a museum.
The ocean liner is 50 meters long, 10 meters wide and 12 meters high.
As postwar jet airliners rapidly stole ocean liner trade, cruising from Liverpool increased once more in the 1960s with cruises on Pacific Steam Navigation's SS Reina Del Mar selling out.
Cunard Line is the operator of the luxury ocean liners Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth.
Iran plans the introduction of the second indigenous ocean liner into water by March 20.
Even the port of Southampton, with its four-tides a day and the main cruise terminal for the United Kingdom, ocean liners regularly sailing and departing to various parts of the world, they too have long since gone, never to return!
The luxury vessel is still the largest, longest, tallest, widest, most expensive ocean liner ever built and, since the retirement of QE2, the fastest passenger ship in the world.
Similar to the original Disney Cruise Line ships, the new vessels will be a modern interpretation of classic ocean liners of the 1930s.
Cunard are offering short breaks of five nights or less aboard their famous ocean liners - including an overnight party in Southampton - starting at just pounds 129 per person.
Ever since Corbusier wrote about eyes that did not see, ocean liners have inspired Modern architects.
Imagine the luxurious ocean liners of the past--the Mauretania, the Aquitania and other steamships that once sailed under the Cunard Line--and you're picturing the elegant look of the four floors devoted to Louis Vuitton.
WASHINGTON -- In a bid to stop clergy impersonators from working on luxury ocean liners, the U.S.

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