Oporto

NOUN
  1. port city in northwest Portugal; noted for port wine
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How To Use Oporto In A Sentence

  • It is the Oporto silene (S. portensis), a curious growth, a lover of the sea-side dunes, which, though of Portuguese origin, as its name would seem to indicate, ventures inland, even as far as my part of the country, where it represents perhaps a survivor of the coastal flora of what was once a More Hunting Wasps
  • The surgery for biliary atresia is called a Kasai operation or hepatoportoenterstomy. Frequently Asked Questions about Biliary Atresia
  • Non sembra proprio un aeroporto internazionale per una delle citta' principali del mondo - l'aeroporto di Aberdeen e' cento volte meglio! I am not good at creative post titles
  • His most recent project, a family home in Oporto in Portugal, demonstrates this penchant with bold and colourful details inspired by Transformers.
  • The port was transported to the port merchants' warehouses in Oporto where it sat for years, sometimes decades, until the brandy and wine had integrated fully.
  • From the village of Barqueiros about 70 km / 40 miles upstream from Oporto, the region fans out either side of the river stretching as far as the frontier with Spain.
  • They had been out-thought once again by the Greeks, just as in Oporto 24 days ago.
  • Originally the Port wines were transported to Oporto down the River Douro on boats.
  • The coastal belt south of Oporto has been producing wine since Portugal gained independence from the Moors in the 10th century.
  • Of course, for the New Year's Eve bout to go ahead, Trout must first beat Melbourne wharfie Frank LoPorto in Texas on November 11. NEWS.com.au | Top Stories
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