Some articles on splendour:
... Splendour was built for Royal Caribbean International by Chantiers de l'Atlantique at their shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France ... Splendour was assigned the yard number "B31" ... Maiden voyage for Splendour of the Seas commenced on March 31, 1996 ...
... MS Splendour of the Seas is a Vision-class cruise ship operated by Royal Caribbean International ... towards an international clientele, official languages on the Splendour of the Seas include English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese ... Navigation of the Splendour of the Seas is regularly handled by Iv Vidos and Carl Graucob ...
... Splendour in the Grass is an annual Australian music festival that is held in July at Belongil Fields, outside of Byron Bay, Australia ... a current capacity of 30,000 and a three-day timespan, Splendour in the Grass has been considered the country's largest winter music festival and won the FasterLouder Festival Award for 'Favourite Line Up' in 2009 ...
... include C.salignus 'Carmine Pink' C.salignus 'Demesne Red Splendour', also known as 'Red Splendour' C.salignus 'Dwarf Pink’ C.salignus 'Fireball', also known as 'Great Balls of Fire' C.salignu ... also known as 'Snowball' or 'Albus' C.salignus 'Red Splendour' C.salignus 'viridiflorus', a cultivar recorded in New Zealand in the late 1950s ...
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Famous quotes containing the word splendour:
“thou art as Hesperus, giving
New splendour to the dead.”
—Plato (fl. 492347 B.C.)
“Your eyes have pardoned our faults,
your hands have touched us
you have leaned forward a little
and the waves can never thrust us back
from the splendour of your ragged coast.”
—Hilda Doolittle (18861961)
“Piety practised in solitude, like the flower that blooms in the desert, may give its fragrance to the winds of heaven, and delight those unbodied spirits that survey the works of God and the actions of men; but it bestows no assistance upon earthly beings, and however free from taints of impurity, yet wants the sacred splendour of beneficence.”
—Samuel Johnson (17091784)