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HomePort

An earlier name from Netscape for a user's desktop that could be customized and accessed from any location.
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at the Homeport (entrance on Front Street at the end of Canal Street, Stapleton, Staten Island).
Homeport Tempo is the percentage of time a unit is in homeport within an operational cycle, which is typically 27 to 32 months.
At the activity level, the career field manager trains homeport supervisors and rotational assignment supervisors (definitions on page 60), and reviews the purposes and functions of the program.
One of the training exercises in homeport was a two-week field exercise (FEX).
Davis: Homeport Seattle is located in the heart of the city's traditional tourism center and the community is eager for the expanded opportunities presented by the expanded cruise activities.
The state-of-the-art terminal is attracting international cruise lines to homeport at Abu Dhabi, making it their first destination within the region and allows passengers to enjoy a longer stay in the Emirate.
Following earlier reports indicating that Carnival Cruise Lines would no longer include San Juan as a homeport or port of call in its schedules starting mid-2014, Puerto Rico Tourism Co.
Irene Harmes, 90, said she and her friends in Homeport House in Hoghton Street were effectively being "held hostage".
Carnival announced today that its 2010 Alaska cruises will sail roundtrip from Seattle -- a new homeport for the cruise line.