How to use Trans-atlantic in a sentence

trans-atlantic
  • In 1840 Boston was selected as the American terminus of the Cunard Line, the first regular line of trans-Atlantic steamers.

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  • The shipping trade is considerable, but as a trans-Atlantic port Galway was exploited unsuccessfully.

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  • The chief ports for trans-Atlantic traffic are Liverpool and Southampton, and special trains are worked in connexion with the steamers to and from London.

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  • The great development of harbour accommodation at Dover early in the 10th century brought trans-Atlantic traffic to this port also.

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  • There has also been significant involvement in a trans-Atlantic prostate cancer histopathology project, jointly with the Memorial Sloan Kettering Institute.

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  • This linkage warrants moving the issue of space weaponry to the top of the agenda in trans-Atlantic missile defense negotiations.

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  • It travels to the Mediterranean and Caribbean and is the company's main Trans-Atlantic cruise liner.

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  • It travels to Mediterranean and Caribbean and operates as a Trans-Atlantic cruise liner as well.

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  • Travel Agencies evolved from the steamship days when passengers needed a place to purchase passage on trans-Atlantic liners in cities other than the ship line's home port.

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