Examples of seaport in a Sentence
Boston is a major seaport in the northeastern U.S.
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The air and seaports of the Dominica island are expected to be inoperable for several days.
Karachi is home to about 15 million people, two large seaports, and Pakistan's financial infrastructure, making it the country's economic powerhouse.
The scale of destruction is becoming clearer as the clouds clear over Houston, where one of the largest seaports in the U.S. says a full recovery from Harvey may take weeks.
Experts are recommending recreational boaters to keep their boats at the seaport and avoid sailing in the waters while the storm watch is in effect.
San Juan’s Luis Munoz Marin International Airport and nine other airports were storm-damaged but operating, and three seaports were open as well, with five more ports in limited use, according to the Pentagon.
Scott on Wednesday offered Florida’s assistance in recovery efforts — such as through ensuring supplies can be shipped faster out of Florida’s seaports or potentially deploying National Guard troops or Fish and Wildlife officers.
In modern times, though, ship cats are no longer are allowed to wander off seaports unchecked—a situation that once proved devastating to closed ecosystems.
South Florida’s warm, moist climate has long provided a congenial home for species from around the world, arriving as inadvertent stowaways on boats, through the region’s seaports or via the exotic pet trade.
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