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behavior through which one reveals one's personality

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sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugal

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an opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through

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the left side of a ship or aircraft to someone who is aboard and facing the bow or nose

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(computer science) computer circuit consisting of the hardware and associated circuitry that links one device with another (especially a computer and a hard disk drive or other peripherals)

put or turn on the left side, of a ship

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bring to port

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land at or reach a port

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turn or go to the port or left side, of a ship

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carry, bear, convey, or bring

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carry or hold with both hands diagonally across the body, especially of weapons

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drink port

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modify (software) for use on a different machine or platform

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located on the left side of a ship or aircraft

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Hither then we resolved to go; and, accordingly, though after a tedious course, and very much straitened for provisions, we came within sight of the coast very early in the morning; and upon reflection on the past circumstances of danger we were in, we resolved to put into a small river, which, however, had depth enough of water for us, and to see if we could, either overland or by the ship's pinnace, come to know what ships were in any port thereabouts.
The inhabitants of Port Middlebay may at least aspire to watch it, with delight, with entertainment, with instruction!
Will that be the answer," replied the secretary, smiling, "which he must transmit to his Majesty if, by chance, his Majesty should have the curiosity to know why no vessel is to leave any of the ports of Great Britain?
I have just placed an embargo on all vessels at present in his Majesty's ports, and without particular permission, not one dare life an anchor.
We'll run her into the nearest English port," said Bradley, "and then we'll all go ashore and get our V.
Questioning the Germans, I found that all except the commander were willing to resume their posts and aid in bringing the vessel into an English port.
Shortly after daylight we saw smoke apparently coming straight toward us, and after a time we made out the squat lines of a tug--one of those fearless exponents of England's supremacy of the sea that tows sailing ships into French and English ports.
Mauki's father was chief over the village at Port Adams, and thus, by birth a salt-water man, Mauki was half amphibian.
Furthermore, it was ten years since he had been stolen from Port Adams by Fanfoa, and he was homesick.
He landed at Port Adams with a wealth of rifles and tobacco such as no one man had ever possessed before.
For the war in Iraq, the port has handled more military cargo than any other U.
According to a 6 March 2006 report in China Daily, Shanghai is the world's largest freight port and the third largest container port.
Trajano Andrade, president of the Manta Port Authority, says there are a number of reasons why his port could become one of the most competitive in South America.
As an insurer, I would be looking at whether or not a trucking company is transporting cargo out of a port of call that increases my risk analytically, as opposed to a trucker who's picking up in Arkansas and bringing to the city of New York.
A recent Cushman & Wakefield study showed that during 2004, the major California ports imported more than $204 billion in goods while New York/New Jersey port districts imported almost $60 billion.