Recent Examples of houseboat from the Web
The search ended when the Miami Beach police found Cunanan's body on an unoccupied houseboat, according to the New York Times.
Bourne said Reineck had been trying to sell the houseboat for some time.
The awards recognize 30 of the top rental homes in the world, ranging from a chic Parisian apartment to a serene Balinese villa to an unforgettable houseboat in Amsterdam.
The plan was to let the water out slowly in order to not damage either houseboats around the lakes or the Fremont Cut and the locks.
Kaitlyn’s father jumped into the water to save her, but his legs were severely injured by the houseboat’s propellers and doctors later had to amputate them, local TV station KWKT reports.
Cunanan later killed himself on a Miami houseboat as authorities closed in.
The other, from North Carolina, is considering the vessel as an upgrade from a smaller houseboat.
The three men intersect again on an autumn night in Kashmir in the 1990s, when Tilottama, nicknamed Tilo, is arrested on a houseboat for apparently colluding with a militant.
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First Known Use of houseboat
HOUSEBOAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of houseboat for English Language Learners
: a boat that is also used as a house
HOUSEBOAT Defined for Kids
Definition of houseboat for Students
: a roomy pleasure boat fitted for use as a place to live
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