Port-of-Spain


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Port of Spain

or Port-of-Spain  (pôrt′əv-spān′)
The capital of Trinidad and Tobago, on the northwest coast of Trinidad on an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. It is a commercial center and major port.

Port′-of-Spain′



n.
a seaport on NW Trinidad, in the SE West Indies: national capital of Trinidad and Tobago. 58,400.
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Noun1.Port-of-Spain - the capital and largest city of Trinidad and Tobago on the west coast of the island of Trinidad
Trinidad - an island in West Indies just off the northeastern coast of Venezuela
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PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad, Shawwal 9, 1436, Jul 25, 2015, SPA --Authorities in Trinidad say a police officer and an inmate have been killed following a violent prison breakout in the island's capital.
The contract was declared at the Trinidad and Tobago Energy Conference which was conducted at the Regency Hyatt in Port-of-Spain.
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Dubai, July 6 ( ANI ): West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo has been suspended for one match after his side was fined for a second minor over-rate offence within 12 months during Friday's match against India at Port-of-Spain.
An American Airlines Boeing 757 was forced to return to Trinidad shortly after take off on 15 August and make an emergency landing back in Port-of-Spain.
announced today that it will offer new service from Panama and connecting cities in Latin America to Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, beginning December 15, 2007.
No players or officials were hurt in the incident at the Hilton, Port-of-Spain, although three members of hotel staff were taken to hospital.
No representatives of either teamwere hurt in the incident at the Hilton, Port-of-Spain, although three members of hotel staff were taken to hospital.
BRIAN Lara fell just four runs short of his eighth Test double century as the West Indies were bowled out for 347 in the second Test at Port-of-Spain.
It begins Wednesday in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad, where the Americans take on Trinidad and Tobago to start the final round of qualifying in North and Central America and the Caribbean.
The case is being heard at Trinidad's Port-of-Spain Second Criminal Court.
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