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- n. disembarkation
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- n. Disembarkation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of disembarking.
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- n. the act of passengers and crew getting off of a ship or aircraft
VELSHI: When you got off the plane, was it a normal disembarkment?
And what we saw, if you take a look at the tape, even before people were allowed to get off, they were already amassing either on the balconies or at the windows to take a look as they waited pretty patiently for the disembarkment process.
SHIELDS: Well, I think it was -- I think people were scared but every -- when you get on a cruise ship, they have a drill for disembarkment in the case of emergency.
They docked around 8: 00 p.m. last night and had a pretty straightforward disembarkment.
They had a very orderly disembarkment, very quiet, very calm.
They went on to discuss our disembarkment there and which jankship my father should book our passage on.
The sense he had so often had, since the first hour of his disembarkment, of being further and further “in,” treated him again at this moment to another twinge; but in this wonderful way of her putting him in there continued to be something exquisitely remorseless.
A hand-over-hand journey down a narrow tube brings me to a near-empty carousel; a quick spin, then I'm deposited in a disembarkment area.
The aircraft and crew were not necessarily assigned to any of the points of embarkment or disembarkment.
Before the victory, a few months after the Granma disembarkment, the comrades of the directorate who had made a pledge but who had yet been unable to participate in the struggle felt compelled to fulfill the pledge made in