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  • Those social portals are often used in both public and private places.
  • They need to get everyone they can back to her world and then close off the portal.
  • The building has two portals, one to the south and one to the west.
  • There are two portals that lead into the space from the south and west walls.
  • Year after year its youth had gone through its portals better prepared to live in and serve its community.
  • Patient portals have been developed to give patients better access to their information.
  • The west front has three portals, a rose window and one tower, on the southern side.
  • Portals found on each floor of the tower will transport the player to the next floor.
  • Two portals provide access to the building, one from the west and one from the south.
  • There are also two portals located on the east and north walls.
  • The main portal is made of pink stone and still in good condition.
  • There was strong competition between the web portals to match each other's services.
  • Two portals lead into the structure from the south and west.
  • However a small portal in the gateway may have been opened up later.
  • There are two entrance portals, one to the south and one to the west.
  • They have the ability to quickly make many units at a time by the use of their active portals.
  • The site also served as a portal to the other content sites.
  • This opens a time portal and he is sent back into the present.
  • He learned how to create portals of fire through which he can travel long distances.
  • He is also the founder of and, two portals about music and entertainment.
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Meaning of portal

  • noun A grand and imposing entrance (often extended metaphorically)
    the portals of the cathedral, the portals of heaven, the portals of success