Examples of seaport in a Sentence
Boston is a major seaport in the northeastern U.S.
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And with growing concerns of major conflicts erupting in Asia, Africa, and beyond, such reports indicate a rise in Special Operations missions near seaports or the heightened paranoia of the globe's biggest militaries.
Like Andrea Camilleri’s Montalbano novels, set in a Sicilian seaport, Mr. Walker’s books are rich in atmosphere and personality, with characters bound by the tenacious strictures of history and memory.
More than half is earmarked for power generation, but there is plenty left over for roads, seaports, airports, fibre-optic cables, cement factories, agro-industry and tourism.
Business groups said the plan’s high cost will place too heavy a burden on Southern California’s economy and put its freight-moving industries at a disadvantage at a time of increasing competition with other seaports.
Puerto Rico is shopping private stakes in seaports, airports and other infrastructure, hoping to use private-public partnerships to help the troubled U.S. territory’s finances.
Its largest division — the Office of Field Operations — admits people and goods at 328 airports, land crossings and seaports.
Take a Blue Route water taxi to Canton — named for the China-trade seaport — and walk up to O'Donnell Square, with a church at each end, a statue of merchant John O'Donnell in the center and sidewalk spots to eat and drink.
General Electric is in the process of moving from its longtime home in suburban Connecticut to a new campus along Boston’s seaport.
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