Definitions

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  • proper noun Jamaica's second largest city.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Talking of great ladies, that Lady Portmore is worse than ever.

    The Semi-Attached Couple

  • On Friday, three carjackers were killed and a policeman injured after a shootout at the intersection of Dyke Road and Grange Lane, in Portmore, St Catherine.

    Jamaica murder toll jumped pass 700

  • It was grounding as it was NOT what we see in Kingston or Cumberland/Portmore where we are living.

    Hello all!

  • He views the patients he met in Portmore as they view each other -- no matter their sins -- with what he describes as "the simple equations of compassion."

    John Lundberg: A Poet Confronts AIDS In His Home Country

  • He joined an AIDS support group at the Portmore center and got to know its members.

    John Lundberg: A Poet Confronts AIDS In His Home Country

  • There is supposed to be an evacuation plan in another hour from low lying coastal areas, particularly in Portmore in St. Catherine, which is about 20 minutes outside of Kingston.

    CNN Transcript Aug 18, 2007

  • I'm not ashamed to say that I started to tear up during "Bonny Portmore," perhaps her most achingly beautiful ballad although "Dante's Prayer" and "Penelope's Song" will also melt the hardest of hearts.

    Loreena McKennitt at the Fox Theater in Detroit, October 16th, 2007 concert review.

  • I'm not ashamed to say that I started to tear up during "Bonny Portmore," perhaps her most achingly beautiful ballad although "Dante's Prayer" and "Penelope's Song" will also melt the hardest of hearts.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • Moreover, they argue, the narrower definition conflates independent claims and obscures a crucial commonality between agent-neutral consequentialism and other moral theories that focus exclusively on consequences, such as moral egoism and recent self-styled consequentialists who allow agent-relativity into their theories of value (Sen 1982, Broome 1991, Portmore 2001, 2003).

    Consequentialism

  • All the Lords in Old England would not purchase Portmore.

    Bonny Portmore

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