port of call


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any port where a ship stops except its home port

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Mr Dickman runs Port of Call with his mother and father, Karen and John.
Port of Call Online said it will seek to exchange the remaining 2,108,390 shares of issued and outstanding shares of Purebase from its remaining stockholders on the same one-for-one exchange ratio.
These are the colours of the moment and the Port of Call range co-ordinates with the current layered look of contrasting throws and cushions.
Along with art and furniture, Port of Call offers a full range of fine art reproduction and custom framing services.
When the ship sails, team members also complete an executive summary of the move and a cargo traffic message to assist the next MTMC port of call.
Your second port of call, Bagan, is the wonder of wonders in this "Golden Land.
If officials at the Jacksonville Port Authority and the Economic Development Commission have any influence, the River City will become a cruise ship port of call or a home port.
The passenger will then disembark at the first foreign port of call and fly (coach) back to the ship's home port at Carnival's expense.
Guests to the site need only write a review of a recent experience with a ship or port of call and like the site on Facebook to enter; each legitimate review submitted to the site by September 15, 2010 will earn an entry into the "AMAWATERWAYS " River Cruise Contest.
NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE has been selected as the UK's best cruise port of call in the annual Cruise Critic Editor's Pick awards.
THE world's leading cruise experts have chosen the Tyne as the UK's Best Port of Call.
THE WORLD'S most advanced warship is coming to Liverpool as her first official port of call.
Olden is the next port of call, situated at the top of the innermost arm of the Nordfjord.
Los Angeles is the sixth port of call in the American Sail Training Association's Pacific Coast 2005 Tall Ship Challenge(R) Series that originated in Vancouver, B.