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Port Definition of Port by Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster Logo.
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Port Wikipedia.
An inland port is a port on a navigable lake, river fluvial port, or canal with access to a sea or ocean, which therefore allows a ship to sail from the ocean inland to the port to load or unload its cargo.
Port wine Wikipedia.
6 White ports are produced the same way as red ports, except that they use white grapes Donzelinho Branco, Esgana-Cão, Folgasão, Gouveio, Malvasia Fina, Rabigato and Viosinho. While a few shippers have experimented with Ports produced from a single variety of grapes, all Ports commercially available are from a blend of different grapes.
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From Old Irish port bank, shore of river or sea; landing-place, haven; bank, mound, entrenchment; place, spot, locality; stead, abode; stronghold, fortress, borrowed from Latin portus harbour, port; haven, refuge, asylum, retreat. port m genitive singular poirt, nominative plural poirt.

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