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middleton - Answered a Question by De'Ath (06 Feb 09 20:23)

No but there are restrictions that vary from one Cruise line to another.

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Neil & Ida Down - Answered a Question by De'Ath (06 Feb 09 20:42)

No but restrictions in where you can smoke are becoming more prevelent. Each cruise line will give you it's own answer on their web site, but beware they are changing all the time and there is no redress should they change after you have booked. First time I've seen your name spelt with an apostophe, I'm not knocking it or being rude by the way......Neil.

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Taylor - replied to Neil & Ida Down (06 Feb 09 21:45)

It's quite common to use the apostrophe and alter the pronounciation. However, the name without the apostrophe is clearly very fitting for smokers!

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Neil & Ida Down - replied to Taylor (07 Feb 09 11:43)

You might say that, I most definitely couldn't. .......Neil.

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Taylor - replied to Neil & Ida Down (07 Feb 09 18:44)

I apologise if I have caused offence - but my comment was clearly light hearted and far milder than the warnings on all British cigarette packets. One of these states "smoking can cause premature death.

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Grant De'Ath (and proud) - replied to Taylor (07 Feb 09 17:30)

No need whatsoever for that. The surname O'Nions is also well known. Where are you going with this? Are you going to comment on all peculiar surnames?

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Grant De'Ath (and proud) - replied to Taylor (07 Feb 09 18:06)

My answer to your comment has not been passed. I think you will know what was said.

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De'Ath - replied to Grant De'Ath (and proud) (07 Feb 09 21:02)

Very pleased to here from another De'Ath regards the answer from that taylor thing is just about what you expect from a narrow minded whatever by the way ive done family research and if you are not aware the name is Flemish and comes from the town of Ath in Belgium so the flemish for from is De so from ath thats where the origins are unless you know anything different.

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Taylor - replied to De'Ath (07 Feb 09 23:05)

I may be a "thing" and "narrow minded" but I can write English and I do know that "de" means "the" in Flemish, not "from".

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Grant De'Ath (and proud) - replied to Neil & Ida Down (07 Feb 09 18:18)

I will see if this one gets through. De'Ath is a surname. Why it was altered and when I do not know. But it is a surname like many others. O'Nions is another one, there are many quirky names out there but the comment from Taylor was out of order.

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