Definition of Port sudan
1. Noun. Port city in Sudan on the Red Sea.
Group relationships: Republic Of The Sudan, Soudan, Sudan
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Literary usage of Port sudan
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of International Law by American Society of International Law (1916)
"DL Flack and Son, with a cargo of patent fuel destined for consignees at port sudan. She arrived at Port Said on August 18, 1914, her master being ignorant ..."
2. The Truth about Egypt by John Romich Alexander (1911)
"... Kamel appointed President of the Legislative Council—First Meeting of the Council—Dislike of Boutros Pasha Ghali—Inauguration of port sudan—Modification ..."
3. Dues and Charges on Shipping in Foreign Ports: A Manual of Reference for the (1907)
"Port charges are nominal, land ing and shipping operations are carried on with despatch by wooden lighters. port sudan. ..."
4. The Egyptian Sûdân, Its History and Monuments by Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge (1907)
"The stations on the Nile-Red Sea Railway are as follows :— ' port sudan 84 kilometres ... Sal-Lorn Junction 45 ,, ,, „ Obo 57 kilometres from port sudan. ..."
5. The Sirdar: Sir Reginald Wingate and the British Empire in the Middle East by M. W. Daly (1997)
"Wingate then sailed for port sudan, and returned to Khartoum on the twenty-seventh ... On 14 January he and his wife left for port sudan, meeting Kitchener, ..."
6. Behind the Red Line: Political Repression in Sudan by Jemera Rone, Brian Owsley, Human Rights Watch/Africa (1996)
"The head of the prison system agreed and he was transferred to port sudan prison. After one month there, security, not the prison authorities, informed him ..."