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  1. Ports

    Ports is a comarca in the province of Castellón, Valencian Community, Spain. It mostly overlaps the historical comarca known as Ports de Morella, except for the municipal areas surrounding Catí and Vilafranca that were excluded from the present-day Ports comarca.

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  1. ports

    The square apertures in the sides of a ship through which to point and fire the ordnance. Also, aft and forward, as the bridle-port in the bows, the quarter-port in round-stern vessels, and stern-ports between the stern-timbers. Also, square holes cut in the sides, bow, or stem of a merchant ship, for taking in and discharging timber cargoes, and for other purposes.--Gunroom-ports. Are situated in the ship's counter, and are used for stern-chasers, and also for passing a small cable or a hawser out, either to moor head and stern, or to spring upon the cable, &c. (See MOOR and SPRING.)--Half-port. A kind of shutter which hinges on the lower side of a port, and falls down outside when clear for action; when closed it half covers the port to the line of metal of the gun, and is firmly secured by iron hooks. The upper half-port is temporary and loose, will not stand a heavy sea, and is merely secured by two light inch-rope laniards.

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  1. sport, SPORT

  2. strop

  3. Sport

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of ports in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of ports in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of ports in a Sentence

  1. Danilo Toninelli:

    According to the maritime law, it's Malta that must send its own ships and open its own ports, our coast guard can act, if needed, in support, but Malta should immediately do its duty.

  2. Alistair McDonnell:

    We are cutting away at the model. We'll attack the insurance, the availability of supplies and crew, attack the landing ports and the markets they use. It is death by a thousand cuts.

  3. Mitch McConnell:

    This plan is not about rebuilding America’s backbone.Less than 6% of this massive proposal goes to roads and bridges, it would spend more money just on electric cars than on America’s roads, bridges, ports, airports, and waterways combined.

  4. Royal Caribbean:

    We take this very seriously and have a responsibility to maintain a safe and healthy environment on board our ships, as well as in the ports we visit.

  5. Matteo Salvini:

    They should know that Italy no longer wants to be an accomplice in the business of illegal immigration and therefore they will have to aim for other, non-Italian, ports.

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    a hazy or indistinct representation
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