гавань ; порт ; убежище; прибежище;
стать на якорь; давать убежище; приютить; укрывать; укрыть; питать; затаить; затаить злобу; выследить зверя
- The North Rotunda, now a first-class restaurant, and its sister dome on the south bank, were the termini of the Glasgow Harbour Tunnel.
- No 37672 Freight Transport Association ( in old Railfreight livery) and No 37673 (in two-;tone grey) pass Cockwood Harbour, near Exeter, with the 15.45 St Blazy to Gloucester freight on 17 august 1989 .
- By the late 1970s the state sector had become not only a harbour of inefficiency, as in many "developed" countries, but also a greenhouse of the hybrid values emerging in Africa many of which were inimical to efficient methods of low-cost production.
- Dawn Henderson to travel trade sales executive with the Hotel Conrad, Chelsea Harbour, London.
- One of his ideas had been to take a small naval party with him who would attempt to scuttle a ship in the harbour mouth.
- The most seriously endangered species is the harbour porpoise, whose total Arctic population may be as perilously low as 15,000.
- After setting fire to a collier and a house by the harbour, not very successfully, thanks to a sudden heavy storm, Jones successfully withdrew, despite the fire of a party of militia, and, when he had re-embarked, of cannon shot from some guns in the batteries which had escaped being spiked.
- The parents who are not involved in school can harbour suspicions that favouritism exists and that those involved in and around the school are a clique that exerts power in obtaining preferential treatment for their own children to the disadvantage of others.
- On 9 June 1957 a fisherman found a body, with the head and hands missing, clad in a black rubber suit, floating off Pilsey Island at the mouth of Chichester Harbour.
- Most provocatively, those gender anxieties are found to harbour a repressed homosexuality.
- The main concentrations occur at Chichester and Rye Harbour gravel pits, where flocks of up to 400 birds are regular and which, combined, hold about half the county population.
- If it gets into the harbour, it'll stop the surrender.
- He reached out to her but she did not move into the offered harbour of his arms.