- v. Simple past tense and past participle of capsize.
“I dedicate these goals to my sister-in-law who recently gave birth and the victims of the Costa Concordia," Totti added in a halftime TV interview, referring to the capsized cruise ship off the Tuscan coast.”
“The U.S. Embassy is reporting 120 Americans were on the ship," daughter Sarah Kim Heil wrote on Facebook referring to the capsized cruise ship”
“One of the nearby recipient countries, Malaysia, had actually begun towing refugee boats back to sea, where they often sank or capsized.”
“More than 200 asylum seekers were missing after their ship capsized on its way to Australia from Indonesia.”
“Over 200 asylum seekers were missing as their ship capsized on its way to Australia from Indonesia.”
“More than 200 asylum seekers were missing Sunday after their ship capsized on its way to Australia from Indonesia.”
“In corporate news, cruise-line operator Carnival 's stock was one of the worst performers in the S&P 500, slumping 4.68, or 14%, to 29.60, after one of the company's cruise ships capsized off the coast of Italy over the weekend.”
“Shares of cruise-line operators Carnival Corp. and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. slid Tuesday as news of a capsized cruise ship off the Italian coast raised concerns about how bookings and pricing would be affected during the peak sales season.”
“The Costa Concordia, a vessel owned by unit of Carnival, struck a piece of rocky shoreline late Friday and capsized with more than 4,200 passengers and crew on board.”
“BOSTON -- Massachusetts State Police say a speedboat has capsized and broken apart in Boston Harbor, killing one passenger and seriously injuring another.”
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