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AcronymDefinition
FRYFerry (postal suffix)
FRYFederal Republic of Yugoslavia
FRYFairmont Royal York (hotel; Canada)
FRYFormer Republic of Yugoslavia
FRYFoundation for Rural Youth
FRYFriends of Rishton Youth
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I never heard of it till last night, and I've walked quite a piece today, in hopes to get to the ferry.
Ticket pricing will be proposed by the ferry operator for approval by the NPS.
The first brand-new electric ferry in Asia entered service in Taiwan's southwestern port city of Kaohsiung on Monday, and authorities estimated that the zero emission ferry will reduce carbon emissions by 170,000 kilograms a year.
Khalaf works in the center of Port Said, and he lives in Port Fouad, so he uses the ferry to get to Port Said every day, going from one bank of the canal to the other.
The document also calls for a new Mersey ferry to be commissioned - as well as a later start for the commuter service which currently operates from Seacombe.
National Ferry Fortnight 2015 has a host of holiday deals.
Muscat: The launch of Oman National Ferries Company ferry services has given a big boost to Masirah tourism, according to experts involved in the hospitality sector.
AN appeal for help to put together a new archive of historic photos for the Shields Ferry has gone out.
The company Nexus recently celebrated its 40th anniversary of operating the service although there have been actual ferry crossings on the Tyne recorded as far back as 1377.
November 11 2011 (TUR) -- Turkish Transportation Minister Binali Yildirim said Friday that the hijacked fast ferry Kartepe's fuel oil was about to run out and that the ferry made a demand for fuel oil and food.
Bulgaria's major maritime and river shipping companies have come together to set up a joint venture for ferry boat transport called "Varna Ferry" which will run the lucrative direct Bulgaria-Russia ferry line.