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The footage will include a live feed from a helicopter flying over the three liners as they make their way up the river to give their special salute to Cunard's birthplace and spiritual home.
This is an example of the New World listening to the market place and its spiritual home of the RhOne Valley.
8 million have watched the 48 games live here at the spiritual home of Rugby League, and I hope to see a sea of Maroons supporters at Suncorp tomorrow night.
The British Busen Judo Assocation instructors who visited the spiritual home of the sport in Japan
Especially for readers who may be seeking the same sort of spiritual home, it's worth reading this book to see why Valente now views the Benedictine sisters as "the only truly free people" she knows.
THE COVENTRY STONES Every solstice, druids roam From far and wide, to their spiritual home.
Shaikh Khalid believes the marriage of traditional, iconic stages and new challenges underline why the event is regarded as the sport's spiritual home.
But the players are refusing to move his furry body from its spiritual home as they believe it will bring bad luck.
I hope Psycho doesn't get too emotional on his return to his spiritual home, though.
MUNSTER made a winning return to their spiritual home of Thomond Park but they had to put in a hard night's work against a durable Glasgow side.
The new play by Kate Bramley - writer of recent hit show Laurel and Charlie- focuses on the early years in the career of Herriot, known to millions from film and TV adaptations of his own popular novels, as the young vet finds his professional feet and adopts, and is adopted by, his new spiritual home in the rural splendour of North Yorkshire.
2 that the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia, separated from the mother church in 1922 and the spiritual home for exiles, will reconcile with the main Russian Orthodox Church on May 17, with a joint service at Moscow's Cathedral of Christ the Saviour.