Recent Examples of cruiser from the Web
The men, Kolawole Akanni Aluko and Olajide Omokore, purchased real estate, while Aluko bought a luxury cruiser, the government alleges.
The Navy’s Aegis cruisers and destroyers carrying interceptor missiles add a mobile layer of defense.
Bike rentals: cruisers, tandems, choppers, quad sports, deuce coupes, four-wheel surrey bikes.
Two teens are now formally charged after opening fire while driving Friday night, killing a young man, shooting into another vehicle and then ramming a Birmingham police cruiser, a possible intentional act that was streamed live on Facebook.
According to the Center for a New American Security (CNAS), China has 183 cruisers, destroyers, coastal ships and submarines compared wth 188 for the U.S. Navy.
The pieces range in price from $25 for a decorative bowl to $3,800 for a large dining table—there's even a $400 cruiser bike—but tons of the smaller pieces have already sold.
After the shooting Dae'Anna and her mother, Diamond, were detained in the back seat of a police cruiser, video of which was released after the acquittal of Yanez.
The destroyers and cruisers could fire Tomahawk missiles without putting pilots in manned aircraft at risk.
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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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