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Transport system, ship on the water

Transport system, ship on the water

A ship's ship straight out of the fog

A ship's ship straight out of the fog

Big white liner in the port

Big white liner in the port

Sailing vessels on the blue sea

Sailing vessels on the blue sea

The ship with the illumination turned on

The ship with the illumination turned on

Two huge ocean liners

Two huge ocean liners

Majestic watercraft cleaves the sea

Majestic watercraft cleaves the sea

The ship docks at the port

The ship docks at the port

Hydrographic vessel nikolay matusevich in lomonosov.

Hydrographic vessel Nikolay Matusevich in Lomonosov.

Night port in the harbor, sleeping boats

Night port in the harbor, sleeping boats

Port landscape , view from the water

Port landscape , view from the water

Sunset highlights the port cranes

Sunset highlights the port cranes

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A town or city with a harbor where ships load or unload, especially one where customs officers are stationed. A strong, sweet, typically dark red fortified wine, originally from Portugal, typically drunk as a dessert wine. The side of a ship or aircraft that is on the left when one is facing forward. An aperture or opening, in particular. The position required by an order to port a rifle or other weapon. A person's carriage or bearing. A transfer of software from one system or machine to another. Turn (a ship or its helm) to port. Transfer (software) from one system or machine to another. Carry (a rifle or other weapon) diagonally across and close to the body with the barrel or blade near the left shoulder.