port wine

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Noun1.port wine - sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugalport wine - sweet dark-red dessert wine originally from Portugal
fortified wine - wine to which alcohol (usually grape brandy) has been added
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His state of mind is significantly addled by portwine in the chapter entitled "Schnee" (676), and the drink is largely responsible for effecting the sleep that culminates in his vision.
Notes: The project site is generally located on the west side of Portwine Road, situated north of Lake Cook Road and south of Deerfield Road, in the Village of Riverwoods.
Barnard D, Portwine C, Sung L, Dupuis L, Romanick M, Erdmann G, et al.
1) Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome (KTS) is characterized by a triad of portwine stain, varicose veins and bony and soft tissue hypertrophy.
Potential psychological benefits from early treatment of portwine stain in children.
As we pulled away from our berth, we could see the names of the great portwine houses - Cockburn, Taylor's, Sandeman - adorning the buildings perched above the river.
Most children with portwine stain show no other symptoms.
A preliminary study of pyogenic granuloma, portwine stain, cavernous hemangioma, cherry angioma, Kaposi's sarcoma and malignant hemangioendothilioma, J Dermatol, 26: 577-86.
SPLASH HITS: St Margaret's Sonny Childs, 11 (left) and Daniel Portwine, nine, pick up the winning trophy from the Mayor of Durham Coun Grenville Holland.
Approximately 15%-35% of children with a facial portwine stain that involves the forehead or upper eyelid also have brain involvement with SWS.
Taylor and his wife Suzanne, 35, of Wakefield, West Yorks, and Teresa Portwine, 48, of New Addington, Surrey, were the first to be charged under new legislation, the Old Bailey heard.