harbour dues

harbour dues plural noun
Charges for the use of a harbour
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Main Entry:harbour

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  • harbor dues — UK US noun [plural] US TRANSPORT ► HARBOUR DUES(Cf. ↑harbour dues) …   Financial and business terms

  • Harbor dues — Harbor Har bor (h[aum]r b[ e]r), n. [Written also {harbour}.] [OE. herbor, herberwe, herberge, Icel. herbergi (cf. OHG. heriberga), orig., a shelter for soldiers; herr army + bjarga to save, help, defend; akin to AS. here army, G. heer, OHG. heri …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • dock dues — / dɒk dju:z/ plural noun a payment which a ship makes to the harbour authorities for the right to use the harbour …   Dictionary of banking and finance

  • Agoranomi — were magistrates in the republics of Greece, whose position and duties were in many respects similar to those of the aediles of Rome. In Athens there were ten, chosen annually by lot, five of whom took charge of the city and five of the Peiraeus …   Wikipedia

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