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The area immediately adjacent to a harbour.‘whitewashed cottages radiate out from the harbourside’
- ‘We went under the Lion's Gate and on to the Vancouver harbour side of the peninsula.’
- ‘You're going to daydream sitting on the harbour side of the library.’
- ‘A 17 storey, 62m high office tower has been built on a traditional harbour-side long narrow site with its thin side to the water.’
- ‘After setting anchor, the holiday makers board their dinghy and make their way over to the harbour-side restaurant of Augusta Insula.’
- ‘Enterprising merchants built houses and wharves on the harbor side of the borough as well.’
- ‘Annette Kellerman was born in 1886 in Sydney and learned to swim in a harbour side pool.’
- ‘Act I opened, not at the harbour side but with the assembled populace sitting singing a hymn as if in church.’
- ‘Rain foamed on the hotel's harbour side lawn and produced a bank of hanging mist opaque as hill fog.’
- ‘Back at the harbour side I spied the Braveheart, our charter boat for the day, skippered by Dougie Ferguson.’
- ‘Patrol boats are moored on the river or harbour side of the building and video cameras monitor their comings and goings.’
- ‘The father watches his children swim in the harbour side pool and the next thing we know we're in the desert.’
- ‘Eating al fresco in a harbour-side cafe in southern Spain’
- ‘The chairman then suggested that a new marina could be constructed on the harbour side of the breakwater which could double the existing berthage capacity.’
- ‘Detailing here is robust and direct in the functional, nautical traditions of canal and harbour side.’
- ‘Delivery, workshop and storage occupy the ground floor of the north wing, connected to a service entrance on the harbour side.’
- ‘Away from the noise and scaffolding on a harbour side balcony next to a tiling team Graeme described the vision.’
- ‘After a day spent on a hard boat out of Weymouth, you'll find the harbour side lined with pubs and eating places.’
- ‘Around 20,000 visitors are expected at the ninth Organic Food Festival to be held at Bristol's historic harbor-side this weekend.’
- ‘It may also be possible that there are harbour-side homes and restaurants whose sewage discharges directly into the harbour.’
- ‘While relaxing at a harbor-side lunch table, you can watch pelicans and fishing boats.’
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