Gulfport


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Gulf·port

 (gŭlf′pôrt′)
A city of southeast Mississippi on an arm of the Gulf of Mexico west of Biloxi. Settled in 1891 as a railroad terminus, it developed as a port after 1902. In 2005, the city was devastated by Hurricane Katrina.

Gulf•port

(ˈgʌlfˌpɔrt, -ˌpoʊrt)

n.
a city in SE Mississippi, on the Gulf of Mexico. 39,676.
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The damage sustained from Hurricane Katrina forced the Gulfport facility to close on August 29, 2005.
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