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Sam Alper - Caravans International
... By 1963, Alper had founded Caravans International, which had purchased the Eccles and Bluebird Caravans brands, and distributed these and the Sprite ... In 1966 Caravans International won the Queen's Awards for Enterprise and Alper was made OBE for his services to exports ... In 1970 Caravans International decided to cater for the small car owner and introduced the Sprite Cadet, just 8' 6" long and with a door located unusually at the rear ...
Caravan Magazine
... Caravan magazine is a monthly specialist consumer magazine aimed at the touring caravan community and those looking to get into this leisure industry ... features touring and travel articles for the UK and Europe, new gadgets and products with the Caravan Lottery giveaway, show and event news, reviews, feedback ... advice on every aspect of owning a caravan, from buying a towcar to choosing the right towing mirrors, awnings, gas bottles, barbecues and much more ...
Caravan Of Light
... Caravan of Light is an album by David Arkenstone, released in 2000, on African themes and subjects, with some farther travels along the great caravan roads of the Old World ...
Caravan - Other
... Caravan Hound, a type of Dog breed Caravanserai, a roadside inn catering to caravans Caravan, a strategic card game played in the game Fallout New Vegas ...
Lao Air - History
... Lane Xang Minerals Limited Company for the lease of a Cessna Grand Caravan to use on its charter services ... On October 7, 2005, a second leased Cessna Grand Caravan was added to its fleet ... On April 14, 2007, its regular scheduled services began using the Cessna Grand Caravan ...

Famous quotes containing the word caravan:

    As the Arab proverb says, “The dog barks and the caravan passes”. After having dropped this quotation, Mr. Norpois stopped to judge the effect it had on us. It was great; the proverb was known to us: it had been replaced that year among men of high worth by this other: “Whoever sows the wind reaps the storm”, which had needed some rest since it was not as indefatigable and hardy as, “Working for the King of Prussia”.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)

    The dog barks, the caravan passes on.
    The words had a sort of bloom on them
    But were weightless, carrying past what was being said.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)