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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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Some cruise lines ask passengers who have been ill to stay out of the buffet line for the remainder of a voyage.
Last February, a cruise ship visited the Port of Chiapas for the first time.
In fact it was the Russian Waterways cruises that sparked the renewed interest in river cruising about a decade ago.
Harrison is now planning a Y2K cruise with more than a dozen authors for five days and four nights in the Grand Cayman Islands in September.
Only 5% of Americans have ever embarked on a cruise, but a recent BLACK ENTERPRISE survey found that more than 17% of subscribers have cruised within the past three years.
While cruise-ship traffic is on the rise, it won't rise enough to build new docking facilities for cruise ships.
For those concerned with age, a simple rule of thumb holds that the more expensive the cruise, the higher the average age.
Still, to ensure big opening weekend grosses, the usual Cruise publicity machine has kicked into high gear.
Cruise West guests come to us for up-close, casual, and personal travel experiences, which are made possible by our ability to attract and hire exceptionally service-oriented team members," said Vincent Lawsin, sourcing specialist and OpenHire implementation project lead for Cruise West.
There are strategies for maximizing your cruise experience--even if you're not the life of the party.
Cruise plays Nathan Algren, a tortured Union officer, a former war hero turned drunk, haunted day and night by the massacre of a Sioux tribe.
There were also great concerns on the part of the cruise industry regarding safety and shore excursion-type facilities.