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  • It's like the Marie Celeste in my hospital in the management offices from 4.30pm onwards.

    Manchester United v Crystal Palace

  • Still, joy shall be in feminism over one sinner that repenteth and the fate of the 1997 intake, hardly less mysterious than the Marie Celeste's, is no reason to think a female quota might not, as Mrs Blair hopes, help persuade future Labour politicians to treat them as something less like "window dressing", as Caroline Flint once described her experience in the warmth of Mr Brown's professional approbation.

    Imposing quotas is not as crucial as changing cultures | Catherine Bennett

  • Seeking additional income, Campbell wrote a play, The Million ot One Chance, based on the mystery of the Marie Celeste, which was performed in Australia and South Africa in 1934.

    Commander A. B. Campbell

  • In some alternate pocket dimension, the crew of the Marie Celeste are rocking out… dead or alive.

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • Just how a 4,000 tonne ship could drop off the charts in these days of space-age technology prompted allusions to the Bermuda triangle and the 'ghost ship' Marie Celeste.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Muddied waters: Russia finds 'piracy' cargo ship but what really happened?

  • Unless, of course,you wrote an ill-informed, poorly constructedrant at age eleven and posted it to a site which, though many years dead, is still Googleable, left to drift eternally through the seas of Internet likesome Goddamn Marie Celeste of prepubescent idiocy.

    2009 April « shattersnipe: malcontent & rainbows

  • Our crew is being taken over, and the Enterprise will, at the present rate, swiftly fall prey to the Marie Celeste syndrome.

    TRIANGLE

  • He went forward, and his eyes and hands methodically read the controls of the obsolete Starfleet-type scout—possibly one of the small Federation ships which had vanished in the Marie Celeste sector.

    TRIANGLE

  • I've always been intrigued by the Mystery of the Marie Celeste.

    THE PHANTOM SHIP by Frederick Marryat (New English Library 1975)

  • It was as if the two of them had boarded the Marie Celeste alone.

    Presumption of Death

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