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Quay

A landing place or pier, usually of solid construction, where vessels berth to load or unload cargo.

Quay

A place where ships may dock in order to load and unload cargo. It is also called a wharf.
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And more than that, the next day on the fishing wharf, where we were inspecting nets, he saw fit to laugh and sneer at us, and this before all the fishermen.
From the wharf at Selby's we watched with careless interest the lubberly manoeuvre performed of bringing the yacht to anchor, and the equally lubberly manoeuvre of sending the small boat ashore.
After standing a long time at the end of the wharf, gazing seaward, as if to catch a glimpse of their lost Acadia, the strangers began to stray into the town.
'Now,' said Quilp, passing into the wooden counting-house, 'you mind the wharf. Stand upon your head agin, and I'll cut one of your feet off.'
She may have touched at any wharf on either side of the stream between here and Greenwich.
M2 PRESSWIRE-September 5, 2019-: Paint job completes Bay of Islands' Russell Wharf upgrade
A new concrete jetty will be constructed along the front of wharf 6 to replace the decayed timber wharf structure with a portion of the old structure to be revealed and retained for heritage and interpretive purposes.
Canary Wharf Group partners with many different organisations to support the communities close to our developments and this is the perfect opportunity to celebrate these with our own staff.
Taoyuan City's Department of Tourism (DOT) has launched the season-limited 'blue highway" package tour for tourists who wish to take a boat ride from the wharf at Shihmen Dam to the new Sikou suspension bridge, providing a waterway alternative for visiting the suspension bridge that is free from road congestion, the department said on July 5.
Daimler Wharf would include a mix of houses and apartments, alongside cafes and outdoor leisure areas, as well as office space.
Hong Kong: Fitch Ratings has downgraded Wharf (Holdings) Limited's Long-Term Issuer Default Rating and senior unsecured rating to 'BBB' from 'A-' to reflect its business and financial profile following the spinoff of the majority of its Hong Kong investment properties into a separately listed company.
Canary Wharf is proving a magnet for the TMT sector, offering the kind of rental terms flexibility that meets the needs of young companies in the midst of growth.