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  • n. Plural form of porthole.

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Examples

  • This larger Disney ship, which debuts in January, 2011 carrying 1250 passenger staterooms and 4000 total capacity boasts the longest water slides at sea (765 ft.), inside cabins with animated "portholes," 3-D movies, staterooms with a bath-and-a-half and a lot more activities for adults and kids.

    Anne Campbell: The 8 New Cruise Ships to Debut in 2010/11

  • This larger Disney ship, which debuts in January, 2011 carrying 1250 passenger staterooms and 4000 total capacity boasts the longest water slides at sea 765 ft., inside cabins with animated "portholes," 3-D movies, staterooms with a bath-and-a-half and a lot more activities for adults and kids.

    Anne Campbell: The 8 New Cruise Ships to Debut in 2010/11

  • Moreover, the distinct "portholes" visible in the photo are congruent with my prior descriptions of the spacewomen's vehicles, forcing the reasonable-minded to conclude that my extraterrestrial contacts have been reported with the utmost veracity.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • The Detroit automaker today released images of the sculptured sedan that draws on classic styling cues from Buick's past, such as portholes in the hood, a waterfall grille and sweep spear, a curved line that runs the length of the vehicle.

    Freep.com - RSS

  • The Super can be recognized on the outside by its hood "portholes," as well as a new waterfall grille, hood, and front fascia.

    The Car Connection

  • Carlos Barria/Reuters The Mangyongbong, a refurbished Japanese-built cargo ship with rusty portholes and musty cabins, was used for the 21-hour overnight cruise tracing the length of North Korea's east coast.

    A North Korean Cruise

  • Julie Platner for The Wall Street Journal On the sloping 17th Street side, shown here, Mr. Fusaro kept the original portholes, and then complemented them with additional porthole-shaped windows of variegated size.

    Reviving Chelsea's Portholes

  • The annex's old facade, including the portholes, was covered over with faux townhouse facades and pink stucco after its 1987 sale.

    Reviving Chelsea's Portholes

  • On the sloping 17th Street side, Mr. Fusaro kept the original portholes, and then complemented them with additional porthole-shaped windows of variegated size.

    Developer Recaptures a Maritime Motif

  • Do you prefer submarine portholes to skyline views?

    Chelsea Steampunk Loft

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