“Still, the debarkation was a moment of almost welcomed relief.”
“It was a laudable ambition, but when the American reporters reached Tokyo on January 25, they learned of the stifling censorship imposed by the Japanese military authorities as well as their transportation ban: While every train leaving Tokyo was packed with soldiers bound on transports on the Sea of Japan, debarkation point for the Korean peninsula, all correspondents were refused travel arrangements.”
“RootsTelevision.com within a few weeks of our debarkation in Puerto Rico.”
“I lived in New York City for a couple years in the 1990s and never once imagined the city as a debarkation point for cruise ships.”
“It was a port of debarkation in WWII and thousands of those guys decided they were going back to stay if they made it home alive.”
“Move quickly but calmly to your debarkation areas and let the Zombie Defense Teams take care of our late sweet lamented Jane.”
“Chiang decided to try Hulutao, but the Chinese Communists refused to allow his soldiers to land there, and the Russians said that they could not “guarantee” a safe debarkation.”
“There were questions about the wearing of the American flags in lapels and the peril or relative safety of Hillary Clinton's debarkation in Bosnia in 1996.”
“And now — according to an interview with the museum director this morning on RTÉ Radio 1 – there it sits, a complete replica Yankee Clipper of 1939, parked outside by the old embarkation/debarkation ramp at Foynes.”
“And also during the debarkation procedures there, the smugglers are very anxious not to be caught by the coastal force of Yemen.”
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