Boston Harbor

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Noun1.Boston Harbor - the seaport at BostonBoston Harbor - the seaport at Boston    
Bean Town, Beantown, Boston, capital of Massachusetts, Hub of the Universe - state capital and largest city of Massachusetts; a major center for banking and financial services
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All of a sudden he heaves all the tea in Boston Harbor overboard, and whacks out a declaration of independence, and dares them to come on.
Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), the International Longshoremens Association (ILA) and the Massachusetts Port Authority (Massport) officially kicked off the Boston Harbor Dredging Project.
html) fireworks show over Boston Harbor which will be launched between the North End and Seaport.
USS Constitution went underway in Boston Harbor last October 17, in commemoration of the US Navy's 239th birthday and the ship's upcoming 217th birthday.
Dumping sewage into Boston Harbor deferred costs until other communities paid for their own systems so they could afford to pay for harbor and inland waters cleanup.
Almost thirty years after it filed the first federal lawsuit leading to the cleanup of Boston Harbor, CLF reached an agreement with the Boston Water and Sewer Commission (BWSC) to significantly enhance control of pollution in runoff during storm events and eliminate illegal sewer connections that can cause raw sewage discharges into the city's rivers and directly into the harbor.
On the evening of December 16, 1773, American insurgents boarded three ships and threw more than forty-six tons of tea into Boston Harbor.
Second Annual Green Technology Conference February 24 at the Boston Harbor Hotel.
Newark, New Jersey, USA-headquartered Preferred Freezer Services has expanded its Boston Harbor site in Everett, Massachusetts, into a 22,000-pallet-position facility, with freezer capacity of 6.
1768: Bostonians refuse to pay duties; British warships enter Boston Harbor to enforce the law.
In a nod to common sense, Louise Adler, chair of the Educational Leadership Department at Cal State Fullerton, reminded me that many times educators forget that our fore-bearers threw tea into Boston Harbor to send a message to England about their dislike of overbearing administrators.
After the September 2001 terrorist attacks, former White House antiterrorism advisor Richard Clarke disclosed that Al Qaeda agents had been smuggled into Boston Harbor on LNG tankers from Algeria, and warned that future terrorists might target LNG shipments.

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