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float

verb announce, attempt, buoy, buoy up, issue, launch, offer, present, project, promote, propel, sell, set in motion, try
Associated concepts: float a bond, float an idea or concept
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Pagoda Floating Restaurant offers family dining; Sunday Bunch and dinner from Wednesday - Sunday.
The floating restaurant at the Lagoon is the first of its kind in Bahrain and will be a really big attraction for Bahrainis and tourists alike," said Lagoon chairman Saud Al Nusuf.
That evening, as sunset stains the lake red and boaters pull up to the marina, we dine on crab-stuffed buffalo carbonade at the Floating Restaurant in Hope.
Moved to Dundee in 1980, where she became a floating restaurant.
Developers want to transform Drayton Manor, with a swimming pool complete with sliding roof, water slides, leisure areas and a floating restaurant.
The boat, a 40-ton floating restaurant used for pleasure cruises in Tokyo Bay, took in water and listed to port after the collision but managed to return to the pier on its own power.
and has designs on making the barge a floating restaurant.
Thus are born countless GAO reports like "Corps' Permitting of Louisville Floating Restaurant," in which the agency double-checked a decision by the Army Corps of Engineers to let the "Islands" restaurant bob in the Ohio River.
This floating restaurant was in full service during the match.
The island will also be home to the floating restaurant, based on Stockholm's Saluhall Market.
The floating restaurant will serve the finest Swedish cuisine during the festive period, and delicacies such as sour herring, Swedish meatballs, Raggmunk, toast Skagen, Swedish smorgasbord and crayfish throughout the year.
And we did so, dining on a floating restaurant and watching the world pass by as we headed up the River Odet from the chic resort of Benodet to the ancient cathedral town of Quimper.