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  • n. An area (especially a residential area) near a harbour (often in the form of converted warehouses etc)

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Examples

  • Shops and tavernas line the harbourside, which is filled with big yachts, little yachts, fishing boats and nut-brown children diving into the clear waters.

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  • Aardman has recently moved to a specially designed building on the harbourside, and in the south of the city a former bottling yard has been turned into a 300,000 sq ft film and production space managed by the film agency South West Screen.

    Bristol to provide cinematic backdrop for young film-makers

  • Given England's party-animal reputation in New Zealand, it was probably sensible to opt for a low-key harbourside ceremony, with not even a double‑decker bus in sight.

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  • Housed in the gallery's harbourside space, a former tea warehouse that dates back to the 1830s, the shop stocks more than 3,000 titles.

    Independent bookshops in south-west of the UK

  • He was the son of a blacksmith and jeweller who lived on the harbourside in Barcelona.

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  • That neat row of tamarisk trees still lines the rush down the harbourside, and the racing cars still turn sharp right past the little church of Sainte-Dévote, the fourth-century martyr who is the principality's patron saint, before accelerating up the Avenue d'Ostende towards the Place du Casino, where a floral bed on the traffic island depicts hearts, diamonds, clubs and spades.

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  • The result should be the world's first harbourside development that is entirely cooled and irrigated by natural means.

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  • So too do the twenty tidal pools in Sydney Harbour- a legacy of pools built in 100 harbourside locations between the mid 19th century and mid twentieth century - when Councils built freshwater olympic-sized pools.

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  • A chance meeting at a harbourside restaurant had led to Gabriel introducing her to his second cousin, and Sasha had immediately sensed the genuine kindness in the older man.

    Master of Pleasure

  • In the small town of Villefranche-sur-Mer there is a tiny harbourside chapel used by the fishing community.

    The Templar Revelation

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