Some articles on port, entered port:
... She embarked upon her first voyage—to Port Arthur, Texas, on the gulf coast—took on a cargo of oil there, and headed back to the east coast ... She entered port at Norfolk, Virginia, on 27 November 1919 and underwent repairs there until 5 December 1919 ... from New York on 29 December 1919 and once again headed for Port Arthur ...
... She departed San Diego on 16 November, loaded marines at Port Hueneme, and set out across the Pacific on 18 November ... Kong Okinawa, and Yokosuka, Japan, before departing the latter port on 24 March to return home to San Diego ... Following an unusually long period in port at San Diego, Vancouver resumed operations along the west coast in July ...
Famous quotes containing the words port and/or entered:
“The triumphs of peace have been in some proximity to war. Whilst the hand was still familiar with the sword-hilt, whilst the habits of the camp were still visible in the port and complexion of the gentleman, his intellectual power culminated; the compression and tension of these stern conditions is a training for the finest and softest arts, and can rarely be compensated in tranquil times, except by some analogous vigor drawn from occupations as hardy as war.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“That thing of hell and eternal punishment is the most absurd, as well as the most disagreeable thought that ever entered into the head of mortal man.”
—George Berkeley (16851753)