People aboard the carnival Magic have another day and a half at sea before they reach Galveston, Texas.
Does the American carnival still have room for such a simple pleasure as American Idol?
Jay Herring, who lived on the Triumph as a senior officer for carnival, on what the passengers are facing.
When I auditioned for my high school musical, carnival, they cast me as a deaf-mute.
But she also is disappointed by the way Costa Crociere, owned by carnival Cruise Lines, has handled the situation.
"It certainly doesn't compare with the carnival last year," said Mrs. Bowen.
The main incident of this carnival was the race between the class eights.
I think, however—and Wrfel fully approves my intention—of giving my first concert during the carnival.
You set the dollar meetin' on the first night o' the carnival!
It was not until this occasion of the carnival that any one at the Villa Camellia had recognized Lorna as a budding beauty.
1540s, "time of merrymaking before Lent," from French carnaval, from Italian carnevale "Shrove Tuesday," from older Italian forms such as Milanese *carnelevale, Old Pisan carnelevare "to remove meat," literally "raising flesh," from Latin caro "flesh" (see carnage) + levare "lighten, raise, remove" (see lever (n.)). Folk etymology is from Medieval Latin carne vale " 'flesh, farewell!' " Meaning "a circus or fair" is attested by 1931 in North America.