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“We meet at yoga, ballet, and film-editing classes, art exhibits, tech seminars, scuba-diving vacations, theatre groups and wine-tasting festivals.”
“The AP is already speculating potential locations, such as Queen Elizabeth II's Balmoral Estate in Scotland, Australia for a scuba-diving getaway, a private island in the Caribbean, the Seychelles islands or Jordan.”
“Vladimir Putin's apparently remarkable discovery of two ancient Greek urns on the floor of the Black Sea during a scuba-diving expedition was staged, the Russian prime minister's chief spokesman has admitted.”
“In his illustrious career, only one academic title seems to have eluded him: scuba-diving instructor at Tufts, a job he sought, he says, because it would have amused him to list the credential on the "flyleaf of my next book.”
“Quad-biking through the breathtakingly beautiful South African forest will be followed by snorkelling and world-class scuba-diving.”
“Find out how best to release holiday adrenaline, by surfing, snorkelling or scuba-diving offshore – or, if you're a real adventurer, by swimming with sharks.”
“Rockwell declined a part in 1997's G.I. Jane because the scuba-diving scenes looked too cold.”
“Authorities faced similar problems in the aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which dumped salt on thousands of acres of farmland, destroyed coral reefs at popular scuba-diving sites and left a film of gasoline and oil in mangrove forests along the coasts of Indonesia, Sri Lanka and elsewhere.”
“Blake from Oklahoma is given quick scuba-diving lessons so he can propose underwater to his fiancee, who is sitting next to Gayle in a glass-bottomed boat, using large cards - just like that scene in "Love Actually," which was sooooo romantic, except the guy was not proposing because Keira Knightley had already married his best friend.”
“Let's start by replacing the satellite which went scuba-diving near the South pole (OCO) last February.”
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