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As Godmother, Dickinson will christen the vessel the day before its maiden voyage.
THE Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will christen their daughter Princess Charlotte during a private ceremony next month, Kensington Palace has announced.
The Goodyear Tire and Rubber company's (NASDAQ: GT) said ABC News' "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts is set to christen the company's newest blimp, Wingfoot One, on Saturday, August 23, in Suffield, Ohio.
Heavy showers held off long enough to allow local vicar Reverend Dorothy Robinson to christen Roman in front of parents Laura and Paul Bundy, their family and friends, and Tynemouth RNLI crew members.
E E E Bernhard Christen has been with Ricola AG, which is based in Laufen, Northern Switzerland, since 2004.
By the end of 2013, we will have launched an unprecedented 12 new Viking Longships in two years, and today we are thrilled and honoured to have had such an eminent and sophisticated group of women helping us christen the first four of those vessels.
PESHAWAR, December 16, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Christen XI secured 11 runs victory against Pascal Anwar XI in the ongoing First Christmas Twenty20 Super-8 Cricket Tournament being played here at Cantt Academy of the Qayyum Sports Complex on Thursday.
ROSTOCK, Germany, May 31, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- AIDA Cruises will christen its ninth ship with a spectacular world premiere on 12 May 2012 during the festivities marking the 823rd anniversary of the Port of Hamburg.
The terms christen and christening (with various spellings) have a long history in the English language stretching back almost a thousand years, Their earliest meanings were "baptize" and "Baptism," and both Shakespeare and Chaucer used them in that sense.
has created the Loft/ Small Office (LSO) Investment Sales Group, headed by Ron Cohen and Christen Portelli.