starboard vs port

starboard port

Definitions

  • 1) nautical One of the two traditional watches aboard a ship standing a watch in two.
  • 2) The right hand side of a ship, boat or aircraft when facing the front, or fore or bow. Starboard does not change based on the orientation of the person aboard the craft.
  • 3) The right-hand side of a ship or aircraft as one faces forward.
  • 4) (Naut.) That side of a vessel which is on the right hand of a person who stands on board facing the bow; -- opposed to larboard, or port.
  • 5) the right side of a ship or aircraft to someone who is aboard and facing the bow or nose
  • 6) Nautical that side of a vessel which is on the right when one faces the bow: opposed to port (larboard). See port.
  • 7) On the right-hand side as one faces forward.
  • 8) (Naut.) Pertaining to the right-hand side of a ship; being or lying on the right side
  • 9) located on the right side of a ship or aircraft
  • 10) To or toward the right-hand side as one faces forward.
  • 11) nautical, transitive To put to the right, or starboard, side of a vessel.
  • 12) turn to the right, of helms or rudders
  • 13) (Naut.) To put to the right, or starboard, side of a vessel.

Definitions

  • 1) The manner in which one carries oneself; bearing.
  • 2) A hole in an armored vehicle or a fortified structure for viewing or for firing weapons.
  • 3) Scots A gateway or portal, as to a town.
  • 4) A rich sweet fortified wine.
  • 5) A port of entry.
  • 6) The waterfront district of a city.
  • 7) A connection point for a peripheral device.
  • 8) A place on a waterway with facilities for loading and unloading ships.
  • 9) Archaic A cover for a porthole.
  • 10) The left-hand side of a ship or aircraft facing forward.
  • 11) An opening, as in a cylinder or valve face, for the passage of steam or fluid.
  • 12) A porthole.
  • 13) An opening in a ship's side providing access to the interior.
  • 14) An entrance to or exit from a data network.
  • 15) A place along a coast that gives ships and boats protection from storms and rough water; a harbor.
  • 16) A city or town on a waterway with such facilities.
  • 17) The position of a rifle or other weapon when ported.
  • 18) A place where ships may ride secure from storms; a sheltered inlet, bay, or cove; a harbor; a haven. Used also figuratively.
  • 19) (Naut,) A bar, as of sand, at the mouth of, or in, a port.
  • 20) See under Free.
  • 21) In law and commercial usage, a harbor where vessels are admitted to discharge and receive cargoes, from whence they depart and where they finish their voyages.
  • 22) A dark red or purple astringent wine made in Portugal. It contains a large percentage of alcohol.
  • 23) An aperture for the passage of Steam, air, water, etc.
  • 24) An abbreviation of Portugal and Portuguese.
  • 25) Nautical, the larboard or left side of a ship (when one is looking forward): as, “the ship heels to port”; “hard a port.”
  • 26) A place where there is a constant resort of vessels for the purpose of loading and unloading; specifically, in law, a place where persons and merchandise are allowed to pass into and out of the realm and at which customs officers are stationed for the purpose of inspecting or appraising imported goods. In this sense a port may exist on the frontier, where the foreign communication is by land.
  • 27) In harness, a curved piece of metal used as a mouthpiece in some forms of bit. Such a bit is called a port-bit.
  • 28) Martial music adapted to the bagpipes.
  • 29) A gate; an entrance; a portal; specifically, the gate of a town or fortress.
  • 30) A bay, cove, inlet, or recess of the sea, or of a lake or the mouth of a river, where vessels can be protected from storms; a harbor or haven, whether natural or artificial.
  • 31) A wine of Portugal, named from Oporto (see above).
  • 32) In heraldry, the door or gate of a castle, used as a bearing.
  • 33) Synonyms Deportment, address.
  • 34) In armor, the socket or bucket in which the butt of the lance was set when held upright: it was secured to the saddle or stirrup.
  • 35) State: style; establishment; retinue.
  • 36) An opening in the side of a ship; specifically, an embrasure in the side of a ship of war, through which cannon are pointed; a port-hole; also, the covering or shutter of such an opening.
  • 37) Bearing; carriage; demeanor; air; mien: as, the port of a gentleman.
  • 38) Of, relating to, or on the port.
  • 39) Tobear;carry;convey.
  • 40) Computers To modify (software) for use on a different machine or platform.
  • 41) To hold or carry (a weapon) diagonally across the body, with the muzzle or blade near the left shoulder.
  • 42) To turn (a craft) or make a shift to the port side.

Examples

  • 1) The starboard engine coughed twice and cut.
  • 2) The boat coming in from the right is on starboard.
  • 3) She kept rolling now until the starboard wing was tilted upward at forty degrees.
  • 4) The torpedo hit the starboard side behind the bridge.
  • 5) Both boats are on starboard but yellow is trapped.
  • 6) The fuselage was set ablaze and the starboard engine knocked out.
  • 7) So port is on the left and starboard is right.
  • 8) The best views are from the starboard side.
  • 9) One morning the captain told us to look out on the starboard side.
  • 10) He then went to his cabin on the starboard side behind the bridge.
  • 11) After release by the tug aircraft flak blew away part of his starboard wing and shredded his rudder.
  • 12) Lambert nodded and with relief Battersby put the starboard engines back to cruising power.
  • 13) In the few seconds available, he dashed to the starboard side and braced himself for the impact.
  • 14) A lighthouse loomed off the starboard bow.
  • 15) Suddenly there was a loud bang, sparks flew from a starboard engine and then the engine failed altogether.
  • 16) He used to paint his big toenails red and green, to remind him which side was starboard and port.
  • 17) By 11.30 pm the other ship 's green starboard light could be seen.
  • 18) On the starboard quarter, eighty miles away, he could see the target being attacked.
  • 19) Port and starboard: We left port and went right to starboard.
  • 20) That led the No 7 fuel tank at the base of the starboard wing to explode.
  • 21) He opened fire on one of the bombers and saw smoke coming from the starboard engine, but modestly did not claim to have shot it down.
  • 22) With the right timing, outward or inward bound, ships were guaranteed a following wind in the starboard quarter.
  • 23) Through the stupidity of the look-outs the next thing we knew was that she was off on the starboard quarter, and to windward of us, she having been on the _starboard_ tack all the while!
  • 24) I should explain that the space under the topgallant forecastle was divided by a bulkhead running fore and aft into parts forming separate cabins, one called the starboard, and the other the larboard berths, with bunks built up on both sides, one above another, or rather, in two stories, to explain myself better.
  • 25) Tracker pointed, off what I guess you would call our starboard bow.
  • 26) When the engines started up, the gorgeous picture swung around until it stood on what is technically called the starboard beam, whereupon one of the engineers called my attention to the fact that we had changed our course.
  • 27) On the starboard were a number of guest rooms arranged in suites of parlour, bedroom, and bath, while at the crown of the arch was a large dining-room in which fifty persons could sit down to dinner comfortably.
  • 28) "Very well, I will," said the other; and, calling the starboard watch, who were idling about and having a quiet caulk in the waist, he soon made them set about reducing the _Josephine's_ canvas -- there being no necessity yet for summoning "all hands," as there was not a breath of air stirring, while the sea had hushed its monotonous roll, calming down to the quiet of a mill-pond.
  • 29) Off to the starboard was a white area of ice plain, from whose even surface rose mammoth forts, castles and pyramids of solid ice almost as real as though they had been placed there by the hand of man.
  • 30) The long oarlike rudder was on the board or side of the ship to the right of the stern, called the starboard or steerboard.
  • 31) Each watch falls in for inspection on its respective side of the deck -- that is, the starboard watch on the right side, the port watch on the left.
  • 32) It was not so clear a morning as the previous one, and a steamy wind on what at sea I should have called the starboard bow, as I pressed forward to the distant hill, had a curiously subduing effect on my thoughts, and filled the forest glades with a tremulous unreality like to nothing on our earth, and distinctly embarrassing to a stranger in a strange land.
  • 33) ‘There are a navigation station and a quarter berth aft along the port side, and galley aft on the starboard side.’
  • 34) ‘Two starboard lifts carry the aircraft from the hangar to the flight deck.’
  • 35) ‘The captain turned the ship to the starboard side, bracing the crew for the rapids and falls ahead.’
  • 36) ‘So, at that point, it appears the crew flooded the starboard side of the ship.’
  • 37) ‘Swimming up the stern will bring you onto the starboard side of the ship.’
  • 38) ‘Hornblower stood on the starboard side aft, extending his glass to view the dot on the distant horizon.’
  • 39) ‘It shows the ship lying forlornly on her starboard side, almost completely capsized.’
  • 40) ‘The pilot and co-pilot/gunner sit side by side with the pilot on the starboard side.’
  • 41) ‘A single point for pressure refueling is installed on the starboard side of the fuselage.’
  • 42) ‘The crewman on the starboard side had gotten clear when he noticed the aircraft moving.’
  • 43) ‘The dinette is along the starboard side and also converts to a berth.’
  • 44) ‘He then entered the hull, which was still sitting on its starboard side.’
  • 45) ‘Because I was sitting on the starboard side, my body weight only added to the mix.’
  • 46) ‘The excitement and thrill of this spectacular display of air power drew most of the crew to the starboard side.’
  • 47) ‘In attempting to close the bomb bay doors, the starboard side was found to be jammed.’
  • 48) ‘The starboard side of the catamaran is no longer part of the destroyer.’
  • 49) ‘Northbound ships were of particular concern since they would have dredgers on their starboard side.’
  • 50) ‘The bow rested on its starboard side, the port anchor still in place on the steel hull.’
  • 51) ‘The wreck lies on its starboard side, with the port railing uppermost at about 23m.’
  • 52) ‘Light enters through a large hole in the starboard side of the hull above.’
  • 53) ‘The starboarding of the Cambridge in the circumstances of the case was wrong.’

Examples

  • 1) We need to make sure that ideally the first port of call is the police.
  • 2) Wonderful woodland walks, three beautiful beaches a short drive away and pretty fishing ports to explore.
  • 3) It was once a great fishing port and now it isn't any more.
  • 4) What is your first port of call when shopping for good-value essentials for the home?
  • 5) Smaller ships mean smaller ports - perfect for those looking to discover the culture of a country up close.
  • 6) A short burst produced strikes and flashes in his port engine, but no fire.
  • 7) As well as airports and key sea ports the new force would oversee the rail network and some roads, a senior government figure said.
  • 8) And the fun doesn't end when the ship docks in ports across the Med this summer.
  • 9) Free ports are areas that, while inside the geographic boundaries of a country, are considered to be outside it for customs purposes.
  • 10) The strain on the surviving port engines was acute.
  • 11) This enables her to enter ports and rivers that would be unthinkable for the big vessels.
  • 12) Financial autonomy was the key to making a rundown industrial port area thrive again.
  • 13) Almost the entire ports and airports sector has disappeared in a couple of years.
  • 14) This resort is also a fishing port and has strong religious connections.
  • 15) We have a relatively small number of ports and airports.
  • 16) He kept the port ones slightly ahead to correct the swing.
  • 17) The weakest link is the small sea ports on the south coast.
  • 18) Add the port and wine and reduce by half.
  • 19) Good with cheese and port after dinner on a cold winter night.
  • 20) You can totally relax and not have to worry about getting off the ship in port.
  • 21) Some of the other cruisers were firing on the port bow.
  • 22) Two ports to the side allow you to recharge a pair of devices simultaneously.
  • 23) The port engine had been hurled right out of the machine and was lying eighty yards in front.
  • 24) There were fewer problems than expected at airports and ports owing to hundreds of extra civil service volunteers.
  • 25) And down below, boats carry barrels of the port wine the city is known for.
  • 26) port officials reported seeing dozens of troops arrive in a ship as the battle for Aden raged.
  • 27) Elsewhere, colonialism and migration are unavoidable themes in a port town of a former empire.
  • 28) It is always said that great cities are built on rivers, ports or crossroads.
  • 29) The town is good for sailing, as are many of the ports in the area.
  • 30) A reduction in the days that vessels can spend at sea means trawlers fish harder near their home ports.
  • 31) The ensuing soccer game in the city 's port slum featured 23 a side.
  • 32) Sheridan for dinner, Colman for supper; Sheridan for claret or port, but Colman for every thing, from the madeira and champagne at dinner, the claret with a _layer_ of _port_ between the glasses, up to the punch of the night, and down to the grog, or gin and water, of daybreak; -- all these I have threaded with both the same.
  • 33) Error in: echo "Attempting to connect to '$address' on port '$port' ..."
  • 34) I do know you can set a specific port with the +port 12345 command where 12345 would be the desired port number.
  • 35) The TCP and UDP protocols use ports to map incoming data to a particular process running on a computer. server P o r t Client TCP TCP or UDP port port port port app app app app port# data Data Packet
  • 36) If you can find what the port setting is for that printer xxx. xxx.xxx.xxx: port#
  • 37) Word in port is that the galleon El Trinidad, fresh from New Spain, is awaiting repairs in a nearby harbor.
  • 38) port The name port was originally the English term for any portuguese wine.
  • 39) ‘Over 33 ships are waiting at Colombian ports to load and unload cargo.’
  • 40) ‘Voting patterns suggest that market towns, such as ports and cities located on rivers, favored penitentiaries.’
  • 41) ‘British agents developed a one-man midget submarine specifically to target enemy shipping anchored in ports or inshore waters.’
  • 42) ‘From here the view over the city, the old port and the old town, down to the sea are stupendous.’
  • 43) ‘Beginning on July 1, 1999, ships entering American ports from foreign waters will have to report whether they have exchanged ballast offshore.’
  • 44) ‘These are the two main navigable waterways leading to ports in Iraq.’
  • 45) ‘I like the heritage aspect - that from day one Sydney Harbour was a working port and the city's commercial lifeline to the world.’
  • 46) ‘In port cities and beach towns on the Indian Ocean, people were moving through the dark Monday, moving away from the water.’
  • 47) ‘In Roman times there was a port and market town a little further north, at Caistor, and a small fort at Burgh Castle; these were later abandoned.’
  • 48) ‘Floating cranes are used to load and unload non-self-sustaining containerships at ports that do not have gantry cranes.’
  • 49) ‘Once the pair found a suitable location, they used the ice as a berth - there are not too many major ports or harbours in this inhospitable part of the world.’
  • 50) ‘Some of the market towns and ports had a local prosperity but none, with the exception of Durham, was given representation in Parliament.’
  • 51) ‘It was centred on Garden Island Sydney but involved ports and civilian harbour controllers around Australia.’
  • 52) ‘There wasn't much food or water outside the main port cities where the Guild happens to have auction houses.’
  • 53) ‘Approaching the fine port cities from the water puts them in a far more favourable light than arriving by road or through an airport.’
  • 54) ‘Cape Town is a working port, but the waterfront area is one of the city's major attractions - evidenced by the profusion of shops, bars and restaurants there.’
  • 55) ‘The ship's diving team took the opportunity to progress continuation training in the pristine 31 degrees Celsius waters around the port.’
  • 56) ‘A watchful eye is constantly kept by the patrol on the waters outside the base port.’
  • 57) ‘The yachts sailed from Sydney up the east coast to Townsville, stopping at the ports of Coffs Harbour, Brisbane, Bundaberg and Mackay and returned along the same route.’
  • 58) ‘In the fourteenth century the limits of agricultural expansion had been reached in East Anglia and there were now a much larger number of market towns and ports competing for trade.’
  • 59) ‘Speaking of Umm Qasr, work continues on the upgrade of the port facilities.’
  • 60) ‘The special facilities, which could be drained to allow repairs on ships' hulls, have been closed and the heavy machinery dismantled and moved to Liverpool's port.’
  • 61) ‘Our call was in the nearby port facility of Puerto Cones, which served as a launching point for excursions to the nearby Mayan ruins.’
  • 62) ‘The bank said the project will focus on road repairs, restoring electricity and expanding the port of the East Timor capital Dili.’
  • 63) ‘The mammoth task will see the girls swim an amazing 21 miles from the port of Folkestone for another British landing on the beaches of Normandy at Cap Gris Nez.’
  • 64) ‘Proposals to construct a 12-mile causeway between the ports of Barrow and Heysham were this week submitted to Lancaster City and Barrow Borough Councils.’
  • 65) ‘We want to paddle about 120 miles from the sugar port of Caibarién, on the central north coast, westward to a tourist resort called Varadero.’
  • 66) ‘A short distance before Banyas, once a Phoenician port, 34 miles south of Latakia, we saw the enormous citadel of Marqab towering atop a mountain.’
  • 67) ‘According to the military report, Blanco was killed on September 13 and his body thrown into the sea on the same day 10 miles from the port of San Antonio.’
  • 68) ‘Two other rockets were fired from the same warehouse, which is located in the hills on Aqaba's northern edge about five miles from the port.’
  • 69) ‘Jenny can remember back to the 1930s, a time when Harbourville was a bustling port.’
  • 70) ‘It took more than four weeks for the container to reach Iquique, a Chilean port about 150 miles south of Arica.’
  • 71) ‘Over the past four years, Namibia has invested significantly in upgrading the port at Walvis Bay and to a lesser extent, at Lüderitz.’
  • 72) ‘It was true that sea going craft were not so often seen at York staithes as they once were, but many steamers plied from the Humber to the walls of York, and York was still an open port, though 80 miles from the sea.’
  • 73) ‘The wood is transported from the forests to the port of Ardrishaig by road and then south by sea, sometimes via Campbeltown to pick up timber, to Ayr and onto the buyer.’
  • 74) ‘Top priority went to a planned link road between the port of Heysham and the M6 motorway, but that scheme has run into major planning difficulties that have stopped it dead.’
  • 75) ‘The famous five-star resort used to get its internationally renowned shellfish from local fishermen who brought in fresh supplies daily from local ports such as Girvan.’
  • 76) ‘At least 65 of the electricity transmission towers supplying the port of Umm Qasr and the southern oilfields have been destroyed.’
  • 77) ‘They are now about 120 miles from the key port of San Pedro on the south coast.’
  • 78) ‘The project will focus on six ports including Milford Haven, Pembroke Dock and Fishguard in Pembrokeshire and Rosslare, Waterford and New Ross in South East Ireland.’
  • 79) ‘In particular, I want to drive up the Douro valley from porto to the vineyards where the grapes for port wine are grown, and I want to see more of the estuaries of the Galician coast.’
  • 80) ‘I wished for some kick in the red-chile steak butter I asked for with my bison filet, as a substitute for the advertised port wine sauce.’
  • 81) ‘Apart from the seasonal connotations that cinnamon, oranges, Stilton and mulled port wine have, I think Stilton might make an even tangier and more contrasting accompaniment to the sweet jelly.’
  • 82) ‘He admits his recollection of that day of liberation 60 years ago is cloudy; one of the clearest memories is leaving the camp and picking up two bottles of port wine found abandoned in a basement.’
  • 83) ‘After dinner, led by a hired piano player, the guests retired for some singing and port wine.’
  • 84) ‘I also ate the most wonderful soup there - a richly flavoured cream of pumpkin soup with port wine.’
  • 85) ‘Once you have made it to the next floor there are chairs for reading and tastings of local port wine.’
  • 86) ‘Many of the wineries located here offer free port wine tastings and tours.’
  • 87) ‘Further upstream, the river winds its way through the steep hills and terraced vineyards of the Upper Douro port wine region.’
  • 88) ‘Among the poorer people, port wine is used for toasting the couple.’
  • 89) ‘Whisky is always kept in oak casks that have already stored another alcoholic beverage: usually bourbon or sherry, occasionally port and Madeira.’
  • 90) ‘You also have to look at alcoholic drinks that are high in sugars like sweet wine, port, liqueurs and beer.’
  • 91) ‘A proper starter should have a bit of a punch to it, which is exactly what the strong bacon and sweet port dressing delivered.’
  • 92) ‘The fact is that when we had a big debate on port and sherry wine, those members were not here in the Chamber.’
  • 93) ‘I don't care for sherry, one cannot drink stout and port is a wine I can well do without’
  • 94) ‘They eat like George IV, a man who regularly breakfasted on three steaks and two pigeons, a bottle of German wine, a glass of champagne, two glasses of port, and a glass of brandy.’
  • 95) ‘On his deathbed he ordered two pigeons, three steaks, a bottle of wine, a glass of champagne, two glasses of port and a glass of brandy.’
  • 96) ‘Would I pour my water into my white wine glass, red wine into my port glass or the whole lot over the tablecloth?’
  • 97) ‘He's got a mixture of clarets, red and white Burgundies, ports and Australian and South African wines.’
  • 98) ‘For the port sorbet, in a medium bowl, combine the port, water, and the simple syrup and whisk to combine.’
  • 99) ‘Drain nearly all the fat from the roasting pan; add the port and boil the liquid down until it is 2 to 3 tablespoons.’
  • 100) ‘The lumbering shuttle lazily side slipped from port to starboard and back in futile attempts to shake off pursuit.’
  • 101) ‘Pressure and gravity refueling receptacles are installed in the aft port fuel cell.’
  • 102) ‘One of them noticed an object in the water outboard and to port of the wake, astern of the vessel.’
  • 103) ‘The whales surfaced again about half a mile off the port beam, having dived beneath us, then turned north and headed towards Mazatlan.’
  • 104) ‘I allowed this job to begin without the right number of people, and I allowed a blind spot to develop on the port side of the aircraft.’
  • 105) ‘Aft of the forward stateroom is a second port side stateroom with private entrance and what I would describe as a large single or small double berth.’
  • 106) ‘There is a navigation station between the head and the settee and a double quarter berth cabin aft along the port side.’
  • 107) ‘As the boat was swinging from a port to a starboard tack, one of the ladies stood up and turned directly into the oncoming boom.’
  • 108) ‘Look closer and you'll notice the port and starboard navigation lights, and the knot meter lined up next to the speedo and rev counter on the dash.’
  • 109) ‘The system also has three flank arrays on both the port and starboard sides and an intercept sonar.’
  • 110) ‘There is a seven-foot-long V-berth forward by a port head and starboard hanging locker.’
  • 111) ‘This was used to correct some minor problems discovered on the starboard side while assembling the port side.’
  • 112) ‘Three machine guns can be mounted on the helicopter: two in the crew door on the starboard side and one window-mounted on the port side.’
  • 113) ‘The bow rested on its starboard side, the port anchor still in place on the steel hull.’
  • 114) ‘Right at the front of the bow one can look back along both the upper port and lower starboard sides of the hull.’
  • 115) ‘Both the port and starboard side of the ship have a liquid cargo and solids replenishment station.’
  • 116) ‘The two four-cylinder launchers are installed on the missile deck, set in a crossed configuration with one facing starboard and one facing port side.’
  • 117) ‘They are installed two on the stern deck and one each on the port and starboard side of the flight deck.’
  • 118) ‘Below deck there is a v-berth forward, port and starboard quarter berths and sitting head room.’
  • 119) ‘Two mounts are located on the port and starboard side at the bow of the craft, and a single mount is centered along the back bulkhead.’
  • 120) ‘The captain slowed and ported the vessel to pass around the monolith, and everyone took a good look at the horrid idol.’
  • 121) ‘Reaching the dock where my ship was being ported, Steve and I got on board.’
  • 122) ‘The US Supreme Court has heard a case concerning whether the Americans With Disabilities Act applies to foreign cruise ships porting in US harbors.’
  • 123) ‘Then came the rumbling of the heavy artillery being rolled down the street to the loading ports; the men in the way scattering like flies.’
  • 124) ‘The dull thuds of boarding shuttles connecting to the liner's docking ports reverberated through the ship.’
  • 125) ‘Once you learn to avoid the numerous ports and hatches, you will find this a very safe and easy deck to move about on, particularly while sailing at normal angles of heel.’
  • 126) ‘Aside from the companionway, there is no ventilation, windows or ports so if the companionway were to be closed in inclement weather the cabin would get uncomfortable.’
  • 127) ‘Deck hardware and fixed cabin ports are bronze and there are teak louvered doors leading to the cabin.’
  • 128) ‘He stared out the port a long time before he heard her come below.’
  • 129) ‘Crowstep gables and a small gun port in the back wall are a structural reminder of the transition from fortified house to mansion.’
  • 130) ‘The gun port was twice its normal size, with jagged wooden chards to frame the opening.’
  • 131) ‘She grabbed up a coil of rope on her way up the ladder and looked out over the side of the boat, then tied one end of the rope around the mainmast and dropped it through the gun port.’
  • 132) ‘An empty gun port provides similar access to the interior of the wreck.’
  • 133) ‘He slipped through the space between the gun port and the cannon, and he was in.’
  • 134) ‘Painting was again delayed due to a need to re-do gun port fairings along with some antenna work.’
  • 135) ‘As a dream, the concept can be dated back at least to Leonardo da Vinci, who doodled a round, wheeled, armoured vehicle with cannon firing out of ports.’
  • 136) ‘The gas generated when the cartridge is fired flows through the port and along a channel beneath the barrel.’
  • 137) ‘The guns were set inside of hills, beneath reinforced concrete bomb shields, and concealed behind immense iron firing ports.’
  • 138) ‘The infantry enter and leave the vehicle by two rear doors which are provided with firing ports.’
  • 139) ‘The second portion was the leading edge of the outboard panels and these were all metal and housed the gun ports.’
  • 140) ‘We were to learn that these were rocket tubes to be mounted under the wings, between the gear leg and the gun ports.’
  • 141) ‘There are seven ball-swivel firing ports in the vehicle hull, four on the right and three on the left side of the vehicle, as well as ports in the upper hatches of the firing compartment.’
  • 142) ‘Their state-of-the-art ships and small boats are equipped to handle grand-scale disasters and to fight fires both in and out of the port.’
  • 143) ‘In a gas gun, the pressure is bled off through a small hole, a gas port, somewhere down the barrel, usually at the end of the magazine.’
  • 144) ‘There are two heavy guns on the outer wall that are just inside the outer mouth of the port.’
  • 145) ‘Turbos are closely coupled to the exhaust ports.’
  • 146) ‘Steam and smoke emanated from the different ports and hoses that came loose, filling the small area around it with a somewhat vague but visible mist.’
  • 147) ‘The right wing could only operate at fifty percent, and also had several damaged servomotors, and melted exhaust ports.’
  • 148) ‘Exhaust ports are scanned in a similar manner; combustion chambers are scanned from a single fixture position.’
  • 149) ‘The short exhaust ports can allow bubbles to rise alongside your mask.’
  • 150) ‘However, it differs in revised crankshaft and pistons, an increased cylinder capacity and larger intake and exhaust ports.’
  • 151) ‘The exhaust ports of the mechanical ventilators were left open to the room.’
  • 152) ‘It had two large exhaust ports located on the center of each wing and a main thruster located in the center of the back.’
  • 153) ‘Converters mount directly to the exhaust port of each cylinder head.’
  • 154) ‘They don't actually fit through the exhaust port like everyone says they will.’
  • 155) ‘In fact, he did not see an exhaust port of any kind - but it might have been on the back of the ship.’
  • 156) ‘High-pressure CO2 is instantly released through discharge-head ports, creating a force to dislodge the buildup.’
  • 157) ‘The window is kept clean by means of inert gas flow at the window flange, which also carries away the gaseous products through an outlet port at the cavity bottom into a quencher for zinc condensation and separation.’
  • 158) ‘Their major breakthrough was relocating the exhaust ports from a peripheral to a lateral position.’
  • 159) ‘The zone is an air cavity beneath the swim platform where gas generator exhaust ports are located.’
  • 160) ‘It is possible to install the provided mounting bracket on some smaller exhaust ports, but this could lead to conflicts between the radiator and cabling.’
  • 161) ‘Sensors in front of the exhaust ports in the dashboard confirmed the effectiveness of the ventilation system.’
  • 162) ‘The regulator was having difficulty preventing globs of water entering through the exhaust ports.’
  • 163) ‘Russ even mounted six small fans into the vessel's primary dorsal exhaust ports.’
  • 164) ‘Indeed, meticulous cleaning of the myriad channels, ports, crevices, and valves is critical.’
  • 165) ‘Each repeater examines its local network ports to computer stations such as PC's to determine if any are inputting data to the repeater.’
  • 166) ‘The network is maintained using infrared, X10 protocol and even USB communication ports, he says.’
  • 167) ‘The data transfer network comprises a plurality of communication ports and a plurality of modules.’
  • 168) ‘They understand surveillance cameras and exposed doors, but they don't understand open ports or rogue devices being hooked up to networks.’
  • 169) ‘In some embodiments, communication ports are provided between the units.’
  • 170) ‘I went to art school, got into programming during the dot com bubble, moved into games development, hopped over to pre-press programming and I now work as a programmer porting software.’
  • 171) ‘It provides a way of writing device-independent graphical and windowing software that can be ported easily from one machine to another.’
  • 172) ‘Likewise, porting software from one architecture to another is complex, rare, and costly, Weber added.’
  • 173) ‘If you start porting your software you have to get into all sorts of deals and all sorts of concessions and ultimately you end up with a preferred platform anyway.’
  • 174) ‘This setup replicates the interface to an external receiver and reduces the time necessary to port the software.’
  • 175) ‘Open source software that can be ported to a variety of systems might be able to engender those more general supercomputing ecosystems.’
  • 176) ‘Driving taxis and buses, porting baggage at the airport, and working in shops are among the types of employment that the Hageners pursue.’
  • 177) ‘It was even beginning to attract ports of commercial applications software.’
  • 178) ‘Without actually sitting down and benchmarking it, it feels identical to the laptop's ports in terms of transfer speed.’
  • 179) ‘The rest of the guys were the established players and didn't ask their customers to suffer huge software ports.’
  • 180) ‘Firewall software watches these ports to make sure that only safe communication is happening between your computer and other computers online.’
  • 181) ‘Virtual hosts allow you to run servers for different IP addresses, different host names, or different ports from the same machine.’
  • 182) ‘And mum cut all those lunches and packed them in your port.’
  • 183) ‘And that afternoon my ports were packed, and I hooked on the boat, and our daughter arrived, and away we went.’
  • 184) ‘Not only had she succeeded in finding me a sensible port, she had got it for a bargain price, in her home town, and in the presence of our grandmother, The Queen of Shoppers.’
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