Protected stretch of water where vessels may safely anchor or tie up to the shore. People and goods can be transferred from sea to shore or the other way round. Harbours can be very busy places with passengers, cargoes and fishermen setting sail and returning. However some harbours are very quiet.
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Harbour is a general name given to any bay, creek, or inlet of the sea affording accommodation for ships and protection against the wind and sea. The great requisites of a good harbour are accessibility, adequate depth of water, and shelter from violence of wind and water. Harbours are either natural or artificial, the latter being made wholly or p... Found on http://www.probertencyclopaedia.com/browse/RH.HTM
[software] Harbour is a modern computer programming language, primarily used to create database/business programs. It is a modernized, open sourced and cross-platform version of the older and largely DOS-only Clipper system, which in turn developed from the dBase database market of the 1980s and 90s. Harbour code using the same databases ca... Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harbour_(software)