harbormaster


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har·bor·mas·ter

 (här′bər-măs′tər)
n.
An officer who oversees and enforces the regulations of a harbor.
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A serviceable little mystery set on Martha's Vineyard, this features the detective talents of 92-year-old Victoria Trumbull, aided by her granddaughter Elizabeth and the harbormaster, Domingo.
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My permit was denied by the harbormaster who said the goo was too environment toxic.
It's a different culture than the overboard pumping of sewage," says Ed Barrett, harbormaster of Port of Friday Harbor in northwest Washington and vice president of the Pacific Coast Congress of Harbormasters and Port Managers.
I duck below when the Coast Guard appears and again as the harbormaster steers us into port.
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WEST BROOKFIELD - Some residents here may question the value of spending money to hire someone to oversee activities on Lake Wickaboag, but proponents believe a certified harbormaster is needed sooner, rather than later, to protect the lake as a valuable natural resource.