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Films

  1. "The Ferry": Pramis is a 1996 documentary short film written and directed by Laila Pakalnina.
  2. "The Ferry" is a 2013 romantic drama action film written by Mohamed Refaat and directed by Attia Amin.
  3. "The Ferry" is a drama film directed by Shi Wei.
    • country: China
    • language: Chinese language
    • genre: Drama
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Writings

"The ferry" is a book by Mark Ėgart.

  • also known as "The ferry; sketches of the struggle for socialism in the Altai mountains"

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Google previewFreedom Unfinished (2001)

Fundamentalism and Popular Resistance in Bangladesh Today by Jeremy Seabrook

The ferry is a huge rusting structure, with a powerful engine from 'West Germany';. A man of about 50...

Google previewThe Autobiography of Ashley Bowen (1728-1813) (2006)

by Daniel Vickers

The Ferry refers to a neighborhood on the west side of town near the Salem ferry, where the epidemic first broke out and to which infected people were moved so as to be isolated from the rest of the town. 5 Cat Island lies about a half -mile off ...

Google previewSouthern Cultures (2012)

Volume 18: Number 4 – Winter 2012 Issue by Harry L. Watson, Jocelyn Neal

But the ferry is a distant memory, ...

Google previewWashington (2008)

The Evergreen State by Weigl Publishing, Inc.

The ferry is a popular form of transportation for tourists visiting the San Juan Islands in Puget Sound is a deep ...

Google previewThe Practice of the Court of Chancery (1796)

by Joseph Harrison

and a bill does not lie to be quieted in the possession of an highway---a bill lies to be quieted in the posfession of a common, but that is of a different nature; this is a navigable river, and the rope to the ferry is an obstruction of the navigation; ...

Google previewFodor's Northern Ireland (2011)

With Dublin by Fodor's

The ferry is a convenient way to travel between Ireland and elsewhere in Europe, particularly the United Kingdom. There are five main ferry ports to Ireland; four in the republic at Dublin Port, Dun Laoghaire, Rosslare and Cork, and two in ...

Google previewNew York as it is (1837)

by Edwin Williams

Near the ferry is a public house, in front of which is a fine lawn, where yeats are provided for visiters to enjoy the cool breezes which prevail during the warmest weather, and the fine prospect which the place commands of the city and harbour ...

Google previewCapitol Reef National Park (2010)

The Complete Hiking and Touring Guide by Rick Stinchfield

The road to the ferry is a left (south) turn, 0.7 mile (1.1 km) from the entrance station. There is a school along this road, and it is worth contemplating the isolation of this educational environment, where the students are largely the children of ...

Google previewFodor's Western Ireland (2011)

With Dublin by Fodor's

The ferry is a convenient way to travel between Ireland and elsewhere in Europe, particularly the United Kingdom. There are five main ferry ports to Ireland; four in the republic at Dublin Port, Dun Laoghaire, Rosslare and Cork, and two in ...

Google previewFodor's Dublin and Southeastern Ireland (2011)

by Fodor's

The ferry is a convenient way to travel between Ireland and elsewhere in Europe, particularly the United Kingdom. There are five main ferry ports to Ireland; four in the republic at Dublin Port, Dun Laoghaire, Rosslare and Cork, and two in ...

Google previewIntroduction to Sustainability (2016)

by Robert Brinkmann

The ferry is a free service that offers regular service between the boroughs every day of the year. It is the largest ferry carrier in North America. Transit hubs and transit oriented development Mass transit functions best when it is linked with other ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of New York City (2010)

Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood

Even after the opening in 1964 of the Verrazano–Narrows Bridge between Brooklyn and Staten Island the ferry remained a lifeline for a large commuting population, operating 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. The ferry trip became a favorite ...

Google previewThe Kentucky Encyclopedia (2015)

by John E. Kleber

The ferry house served as a shelter in periods of high water, ice, or storms. Settlements often grew up around the ferry sites. Col. Richard Callaway put the state's first ferry into operation at Boonesborough on the Kentucky River in 1779. Except ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Transportation (2014)

Social Science and Policy by Mark Garrett

Untilstricter transportation security regulations were enacted followingthe September11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the ferry also transported vehicles ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Tourism and Recreation in Marine Environments (2008)

by Michael Lück

The ferry Coho leaving Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, bound for Port Douglas, Washington, USA (photograph courtesy of M. Lück). The length of the trip has an impact on the facilities offered on-board. While river crossings are often very ...

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I don't write so much now, because they're too painful. (Bryan Ferry)
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