harbourside


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harbourside

(ˈhɑːbəˌsaɪd) or

harborside

n
(Nautical Terms) the land that is situated next to a harbour
adj
(Nautical Terms) having a position that is next to a harbour
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In commenting on the new Harbourside Mortgage operations on Hilton Head, Archie H.
Under a joint arrangement between Bridgend County Borough Council and the principal private landowner, the first phase of Porthcawl Waterfront, known as Porthcawl Harbourside, was launched yesterday.
The two women arrived in the former British colony last week and first stayed in a cheap hotel in the bustling harbourside Tsim Sha Tsui area as part of backpacking tour of Asia.
This office, to be known as HARBOURSIDE MORTGAGE COMPANY, will be a division of The Savannah Bank, N.
After 16 months of detailed consultation, Pembrokeshire County Council has granted planning permission for a striking trio of two and three-bedroom harbourside townhouses on Goodwick's Quay Road.
DRUNKEN sailor Paul Chesswass fired off a distress flare after a row with his girlfriend - and hit harbourside cottage,a court heard yesterday.
But his donation of his harbourside cottage to the community council has stunned villagers.
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A week in a harbourside studio costs pounds 360 per person including flights from Gatwick, through Freelance Holidays; call 01789-297705.
BUSINESSES ranging from food producers to boat builders who exhibited in a special harbourside marquee at Pwllheli last week to coincide with the One Ton Cup sailing event have all reported brisk trade.
REGIONAL WINNERS: Cromars, St Andrews, Fife; Penaluna's, Hirwaun, Rhondda Cynon Taff; The Dolphin, Dungannon, Co Tyrone; Millers, Haxby, North Yorks; Fylde Fish Bar, Southport, Merseyside; The Golden Carp, Redditch, Worcs; Burton Road Chippy, Lincoln; Henley's, Wivenhoe, Colchester, Essex; Captain's Fish and Chips, Hoddesdon, Herts and Harbourside, Plymouth.