All that 'portly' story of 30 port' words

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The sea­ports and air­ports are pur­ported to be the port­man­teau hubs for trans­port i.e. im­ports and ex­ports. That port­fo­lio could in­clude he­li­ports. All these could har­bor tele­port­ing for vi­tal com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Only for­eign pas­sen­gers step­ping into their por­tals need pass­ports. With the on­set of mech­a­niza­tion, the need for portly work­ers has re­duced in the wharfs. Sports are en­cour­aged as dis­port for the crew and cap­tains stay­ing awhile, with whom good rap­port is main­tained, who, in turn, sup­port as well as com­port them­selves to cor­po­rate pol­icy. The porte is like a gi­gan­tic por­tico or like a prestigious gate­way, with a por­tent of nonso­cial el­e­ments stand­ing to be de­ported. Un­like these hubs which are bustling with pas­sen­gers and cargo, we can safely por­tray a dif­fer­ent por­trait at space­ports, and re­port that they are traf­fi­c­less as their en­try is strictly re­stricted. Now at the end, only car­port and daven­port ap­pear to be miss­ing, which any­way are ac­tu­ally there in every Port! - C.venkatakr­ishna

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