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  • A cry to get aboard the train or boat as it is leaving soon.


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  • "Provided the Tampies are all aboard and have the space horse tethered to us by then," Roman said, suppressing a flash of annoyance.


  • May I remind you that _you_, for the space of nearly _two days, tyrannized_ us all aboard that miserable boat?

    Calde of the Long Sun

  • Which meant—according to Starfleet general orders and to the strict regulations of the Federation Department of Temporal Investigations—that it was now the responsibility of all aboard the Defiant to refrain from any interaction with the inhabitants of this future.


  • I continued to doubt it, for when we reached Hagerstown J.B. was back in his indecisive mood; he took us trekking about the country for a couple of days, inquiring for properties to buy or rent, and then it was all aboard the train again, and on a bright July day we rolled across the bridge into Harper's Ferry, and I had my first sight of that strange little town where a parcel of ragamuffins were to change the course of American history.

    Flashman and the angel of the lord


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