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Synonyms for harbor

something that physically protects, especially from danger

to give refuge to

to hold and turn over in the mind

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a place of refuge and comfort and security

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maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings)

secretly shelter (as of fugitives or criminals)

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keep in one's possession

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hold back a thought or feeling about

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Tenders are invited for Management and Operation of Chicago Park District Harbor System
will invest abroad, especially in docks of second-tier harbors in mainland China and Southeast Asia, so as to create shipment volume for the four harbors, especially Kaohsiung Harbor.
I understand that the weakness-metaphor harbors for Caputo a theological event, an event in whose importance I am a true believer: that of the deconstruction of the divine omnipotence in favor--not of a no god, a dead god, but of a possibly better one--a more believable, more worthy, indeed more biblically and existentially resonant divinity.
Individuals are also provided with a safe harbor to calculate the value of their personal belongings immediately before a 2005 hurricane, to determine a loss.
Although archaeologists knew much about the two cities and Phoenician civilization, they have long debated the sizes and locations of the ancient harbors, says Christophe Morhange, a geoarchaeologist at the National Center for Scientific Research in Aix-en-Provence, France.
Ever wonder as your party boat putters out of the harbor for an hours-long run to the fishing grounds what it would be like to toss a line right there in port?
One of the most controversial of the safe harbors was the provision relating to investment interests.
The regulations contained a number of safe harbors that planners could use to avoid triggering gain recognition under Sec.
One of the concerns about the safe harbors is that they would not protect common, arguably necessary practices.
The writings describe pirate ships kept in harbors with watchtowers and arsenals, but make no reference to specific outposts.
While this appointment is effective immediately, PricewaterhouseCoopers will assist Clean Harbors and Deloitte & Touche to ensure a smooth transition of auditing services.
For these organizations and those implementing new plans, the safe harbors provide exciting new planning opportunities.
Less than an hour across scenic Highway 126 are Ventura County's two harbors, boasting a surprising array of onshore and offshore adventures for locals weary of steamy, smoggy days and in need of some coastal air.
In regulations first published on January 23, 1989, the OIG proposed safe harbors from the Medicare/Medicaid fraud and abuse prohibition for only a very limited class of investment interests.