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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The scheme will feature a moveable gate across the River Witham together with a new control building to operate the barrier, new flood defence walls on both banks and a replacement gate across the entrance to the existing Port of Boston wet dock.
Notable invitees in attendance included Port of Boston Authority CEO Tom Glynn, Hainan Airlines vice president Hou Wei, and other distinguished guests.
He was educated at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School, Blackburn, which he left for Liverpool Polytechnic where he took a degree in maritime studies, part of which was an industrial placement at the port of Boston in Lincolnshire.
The British had been maintaining a watchful blockade around the port of Boston, where it was being readied for action.
PROTECT has been in use at the Port of Boston since April 2011 and been evaluated by the USCG.
The laws put a military Governor in charge of Massachusetts and close the Port of Boston to all trade until the town pays for the destroyed tea.
There were 299,736 cruise passengers traveling through the Port of Boston, which is an 11 percent increase over last year.
While the weather at our departure port of Boston and our first stop of Bar Harbour, USA - as well as Quebec and Montreal, Canada, towards the end of the cruise - was in the 70Fs and 80Fs, the middle stops in Nova Scotia and at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, location of the farmhouse setting for the Anne of Green Gables novel, tended to be cold and sometimes wet.
We don't do warning shots in the port of Boston," Tucker says.
Now, the top executives of the Panama Canal Authority announced a strategic "alliance with the Massachusetts Port Authority that will increase cooperation--such as joint marketing--between the Panama Canal and the Port of Boston.
After the British Parliament closed down the Port of Boston until the cost of the Boston Tea Party was paid back, Tory Governor Thomas Hutchinson charged the legislature with the task of raising the money.