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embarkation

[‚em‚bär′kā·shən]
(ordnance)
The loading of troops with their supplies and equipment into ships or aircraft.

embarkation

The boarding of an aircraft for the purpose of commencing a flight, except by such crew or passengers as have embarked on a previous stage of the same through flight (ICAO).
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Embark is an accounting and finance consulting firm.
Embark, their leadership program, equips participants with the competencies and skills required to manage and lead a team successfully, which in turn adds value to the business as the company can provide clients with better delivery capability.
Highlights & inclusions Embark in historic Cologne Call at Breisach, for an included tour of the Black Forest and its exquisite capital Freiburg On-board entertainment and English commentary Escorted by a friendly, experienced cruise manager Five nights' full board accommodation on board Olympia Coach travel from the local area and Channel crossings
They are due to embark on a series of fund-raising events and activities once the new school year starts in September.
After completing their placement at Kildangan, they will embark on training at Dalham Hall Stud before moving on to bases in Kentucky, Dubai and Australia.
Each year, the MTNA FOUNDATION FUND awards Teacher Enrichment Grants, designed to encourage and enable members of the profession to engage in lifelong learning and embark on creative projects that benefit both their students and the profession as a whole.
As we celebrate our 60th anniversary this coming year, and embark on the future, I am confident that the momentum gained in research quality production and sponsorship will continue to be a guiding light for financial executives in the future.
After almost two years on the dusty road, Mettler finally ended his travels for the film in early 1999, only to embark on a different but equally extensive journey--editing the film.
Carol Lewis is the author of Little Lumpy's Book of Blessings and will embark upon divinity studies at Yale University in the fall of 2002.
At 66, Freidheim was about to embark on retirement when a team of bondholders convinced him to stay in the fray.
Embark is its own portal, to higher education programs, preparatory pro grams, and financial aid.