water front

water front

[′wȯd·ər ‚frənt]
(geography)
An area partly bounded by water.
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But now the Frisco teamsters and the whole Frisco Water Front Confederation is liable to back us up.
Concerning that night's ride, the man spoke most eloquently for himself, in a little shed back of a saloon on the San Francisco water front.
The whole Water Front Federation, along with its allies in the structural trades, had backed up the teamsters, and all had smashed down ingloriously.
While in San Francisco Halpin Frayser was walking one dark night along the water front of the city, when, with a suddenness that surprised and disconcerted him, he became a sailor.
But the Teamsters' Union took up the quarrel, backed by the whole Water Front Federation.
Twenty acres of the Mama Ngina Water Front Park in Mombasa have been grabbed, National Land Commission chairman Mohammed Swazuri disclosed yesterday.
DUMBO (the 24/7 landmark water front district named for its location "Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass"), is fast becoming a destination for companies specializing in home furnishings and design.
Next week architect Christopher Egret will be at Hilbre high school as part of what is described as a first phase in consultation on plans for the water front area.