Definition of Port

  1. Port means a line or trunk connection point, including a line card and associated peripheral equipment, on a Central Office Switch but does not include Switch features. The Port serves as the hardware termination for line or Trunk Side facilities connected to the Central Office Switch. Each Line Side Port is typically associated with one or more telephone numbers that serve as the Customer's network address.
  2. Port means the Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County, Texas.

Examples of Port in a sentence

  1. Port dues and other charges levied by the Korean Government Authorities after delivery of the VESSEL and any other costs related to the removal of the VESSEL shall be borne by the BUYER.
  2. INNOSPEC INTERNATIONAL LTD a company incorporated under the laws of England and Wales, having its registered office address at Innospec Manufacturing Park, Oil Sites Road, Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, CH65 4EY, and whose company number is 03316194 (the Purchaser).
  3. Delivery shall be Ex-works (Incoterms 2010) Ethypharms facility (Saint-Cloud, France) with the delivery designated for a port to be specified by Endo: (i) for Canada, the Port of Montreal, (ii) for Africa, in Durban (Kwazulu-Natal) and (iii) for Mexico, to be determined upon Endo placing the first order.

Definition of Port in Support and Settlement Agreement

Port means a line or trunk connection point, including a line card and associated peripheral equipment, on a Central Office Switch but does not include Switch features. The Port serves as the hardware termination for line or Trunk Side facilities connected to the Central Office Switch. Each Line Side Port is typically associated with one or more telephone numbers that serve as the Customer's network address.


Definition of Port in Master Services Agreement

Port means a substantially similar version of a Title for use on another computer or video game system.


Definition of Port in Agreement

Port means the Port of Corpus Christi Authority of Nueces County, Texas.