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  • n. Alternative form of harbourfront.

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Examples

  • We stayed on the harborfront, near the cruise terminal and the Strand.

    Who are you supposed to be? : Bev Vincent

  • Speaking in his new offices on Hong Kong's harborfront, Mr. Tsang, sporting his signature bow tie, said he has no plans to join the private sector after leaving office.

    Hong Kong Chief Sees 'High Likelihood' of Global Recession

  • This 2007 shingled, harborfront home abuts conservation land and has a library and three decks.

    Homes with saltwater pools

  • We walked along the harborfront, me weaving slightly from side to side as the ground still rolled uncontrollably, until we found a restaurant with tables and chairs on an outside deck.

    Rowing the ATLANTIC

  • Sydney realtor John McGrath has a new Web site advertising harborfront apartments that start at more than $1 million, and he's gotten more than 100,000 hits from the United States alone.

    On The Other Side

  • In 2004, the City of Victoria requested proposals to redevelop a 15-acre harborfront site using the Triple Bottom Line criteria.

    The Triple Bottom Line: A New Paradigm for Developers

  • One of the most popular places to try the oysters (and other North Sea specialties) is at Gosch's fish restaurant in List, an icon in giant fish-market-style stalls on the harborfront.

    Teatime Amid Wandering Dunes

  • They were expecting about a million people to crowd the harborfront area for the two major displays that took place at midnight, and this fireworks there were actually coming off the barges there in the harbor.

    CNN Transcript Dec 31, 2005

  • Not only did the harborfront provide the anonymity Ehomba sought, it was also among the best places in any large city to obtain information.

    A Triumph of Souls

  • Once they succeeded in wending their way down to the harborfront, the travelers found themselves swept up in the usual swirl of commerce and industry, just another clutch of exotics in a sea of hardworking foreigners and industrious visitors.

    A Triumph of Souls

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