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Port Adelaide,

city (1996 pop. 37,559), South Australia, S Australia, a suburb of Adelaide, on an inlet of Gulf St. Vincent. It is the principal port and wool-trading center of the state. The chief exports are wheat, flour, and wool. Sulfuric acid, processed foods, and automobile parts are made.

Port Adelaide

the chief port of South Australia, near Adelaide on St Vincent Gulf. Pop.: 101 225 (1998 est.)
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Burgess started out as a fitness coach with Sydney Swans before spells with Parramatta Power and Port Adelaide.
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The altercation occurred when a minister refused to conduct the ceremony because the groom, from Semaphore, was too intoxicated and the man was taken to the Port Adelaide Police Station.
His first impressions of Port Adelaide and the township are clear and well written, and Ferguson recorded that it was partly these rare early impressions that motivated him to secure the collection.
The first group arrived at Port Adelaide in November 1838 and settled at Klemzig, near Adelaide.
He will now go on to play with and against Europe's best players prior to AFL giants Western Bulldogs and Port Adelaide Power's European Challenge clash at The Kia Oval on November 3.
To start with it was my debut for the mighty Port Adelaide Magpies so I was pretty keen to make a good impression on my new Aussie team-mates who weren't averse to a little 'Pommie' bashing as you'd expect.
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Later in this article we will illustrate the changing role of urban regulation in a regional context by considering a case study of Newport Quays, a major urban renewal project in Port Adelaide, South Australia.
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