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Puer·to Ca·bel·lo

 (pwĕr′tō kä-bā′ō, -vĕ′yō)
A city of northern Venezuela on the Caribbean Sea west of Caracas. It was frequently sacked by buccaneers during the colonial period.
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Puer•to Ca•bel•lo

(ˈpwɛr toʊ kɑˈveɪ yoʊ, -ˈbeɪ-)
n.
a seaport in N Venezuela. 128,825.
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Antonelli had made his choice, Portobelo, when he was working in Panama the first time; however, he dutifully researched the Honduran alternative with his usual meticulous care and designed fortifications for Puerto Caballos on the eastern coast, though fully aware of its drawbacks.