Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of port.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • To keep trains moving on speedy, dependable schedules, to provide industry with essential service, and to transport materials and men to the ports is an exacting and titanic task.

    The Railway At War

  • Last time I checked (3 or so years ago), they were waiting for certain ports (Progreso was one, I believe) too be deepened.

    Retiring in Yucatan

  • Last time I checked (3 or so years ago), they were waiting for certain ports (Progreso was one, I believe) too be deepened.

    Retiring in Yucatan

  • Ships and fishing vessels were told to stay in ports, and several domestic and international flights were canceled.

    Typhoon Megi Batters Philippines, Killing At Least 3 (VIDEO)

  • Last time I checked (3 or so years ago), they were waiting for certain ports (Progreso was one, I believe) too be deepened.

    Retiring in Yucatan

  • Last time I checked (3 or so years ago), they were waiting for certain ports (Progreso was one, I believe) too be deepened.

    Retiring in Yucatan

  • Last time I checked (3 or so years ago), they were waiting for certain ports (Progreso was one, I believe) too be deepened.

    Retiring in Yucatan

  • Last time I checked (3 or so years ago), they were waiting for certain ports (Progreso was one, I believe) too be deepened.

    Retiring in Yucatan

  • Who gets the wages I don't know; but I do know that this driving of crews to desert in outward ports is a common enough practice on many English sailing ships.

    Saved – and Lost! The Sobraon Boys

  • Last time I checked (3 or so years ago), they were waiting for certain ports (Progreso was one, I believe) too be deepened.

    Retiring in Yucatan

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