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a liner that carries cargo

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A protection pack priced at just pounds 145 brings together some really useful accessories, such as a cargo liner to protect the load area from muddy boots and plant trays, a set of velour floor mats and a set of four mudflaps.
Written in 1964 as a manual for the Chinese cooks of the Blue Funnel Line's Centaur cargo liner, this book features recipes by Gray, who died in 2005 and was the author of other recipe books.
The 'RMS' is a working luxury cargo liner, British owned and registered, built in 1989.
One of the best solutions for the SUV crowd is a wall-to-wall interior cargo liner. These little gems cover the cargo floor and extend up along the sides of the cargo area and the backs of the rear seats.
You can reach the island on a cargo liner from the UK but plans are underway to build an airport.
In the report 'Asia-Pacific Sector Outlook 4Q 2016: Net Negative Outlook Bias Rises to 13 percent from 11 percent,' SandP said that across the region, the ports sector would face the strongest headwind with softening gross domestic product (GDP) growth and potential short-term impact from the recent bankruptcy filing of South Korean cargo liner Hanjin Shipping.
The pirates had hijacked the Egyptian cargo liner M.V.
He was a radio officer on the Empire Hope, a cargo liner carrying a deadly mix of kerosene, coal and explosives to the island.
For example, a semi-rigid Cargo Liner (pounds 72.85) in moulded black plastic with anti-slip finish will protect the large load area of the Antara from dirty boots or garden supplies.
Calm before the strike - Cunard's fast cargo liner Andania, left, with ocean liner Sylvania at Sandon Basin, May 1960
In 1942, a British cargo liner ripped open her hull, leaving 80 passengers and crew stranded on the shoreline.
Pamela Brown, whose late husband John was a Cunard apprentice on the cargo liner Alsatia when James Bond star Ursula Andress was a passenger and "nobody at home believed him", is the contact at 35 Winston Drive, Noctorum, Birkenhead, CH43 9RU, email Festive watersports offer IF you want a nautically flavoured gift for Christmas (yes, it's not far off!), Liverpool Watersports Centre is selling vouchers for all activities, price depending on what is chosen.
THE world's first long-distance cargo liner is celebrated in a new exhibition at the Merseyside Maritime Museum.
Titanic was seven times the size of the average cargo liner of her day and also 50% bigger than the celebrated Tyne-built liner Mauretania.
WITH the Port of London Authority donating a free berth in Canary Wharf to the exLiverpool-owned Glenlyon cargo liner, we still await news as to whether English Partnerships will offer a free berth to the historic last Liverpool Bar lightship, Planet.