Recent Examples of cruiser from the Web
When the battle was over, Japan had lost more than 3,000 men, four aircraft carriers, one heavy cruiser and about 250 airplanes.
The SUV hit the cruiser's side mirror and rear quarter panel and continued traveling east, according the release.
Jared L. Christopher email@example.com On Las Vegas Trail, crime is ever-present and police cruisers are a constant reminder of it.
The 1 hour, 39-minute video starts with the Jupiter police approaching Woods’ car and ends with the cruiser pulling into the Palm Beach County jail, with Woods in handcuffs behind his back and sitting in the back seat.
China had 183 cruisers, destroyers, small surface ships and submarines last year, compared with 188 for the U.S.
Frank Garmback, who was driving the cruiser that skidded to a stop near the boy, has been suspended for 10 days.
Thirty officers stood at attention outside the station as Reign passed by in a cruiser.
Initially, the operator of the cruiser told officials there were two people aboard, but the boarding team found four others during its search, the Coast Guard said.
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First Known Use of cruiser
CRUISER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of cruiser for English Language Learners
: a large and fast military ship
: a boat that has room to live on and that is used for pleasure
CRUISER Defined for Kids
Definition of cruiser for Students
1 : a police car used for patrolling streets and equipped with radio for communicating with headquarters
2 : a warship that is smaller than a battleship
3 : a motorboat equipped for living aboard
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