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Re: olympics history
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Cody123 wrote:
The olympics nickname was old relable not old best


That was certainly one of her nicknames, maybe the most well known, yet there were others. 'Film Star Liner' cropped up several times in the 1920s, while another advertising slogan the WSL used was the 'Ship Magnificent.' It seemed to catch on as a nickname, too.

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Posted on: 2006/9/22 12:35
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     Re: olympics history Mark Chirnside 2006/7/21 11:29
     Re: olympics history Cody123 2006/9/22 1:58
       Re: olympics history Mark Chirnside 2006/9/22 12:35
         Re: olympics history MGY Friend 2006/9/25 14:44
           Re: olympics history Mark Chirnside 2006/9/25 14:59
             Re: olympics history Mark Chirnside 2006/9/25 15:02
               Re: olympics history MGY Friend 2006/9/25 18:48
                 Re: olympics history Mark Chirnside 2006/9/25 19:05
                   Re: olympics history MGY Friend 2006/9/26 14:26
                     Re: olympics history Mark Chirnside 2006/9/26 19:56
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