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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 Safety develops innovative and scalable solutions to provide driver risk insight as a way to reduce the likelihood of commercial vehicle accidents, improve road safety and protect companies' bottom line.
Highlights & inclusions Embark and disembark in Cologne Cruise the scenic Moselle to pretty Cochem 'Rhine in Flames' spectacular Calls at Bernkastel-Kues, Rudesheim, Koblenz, Boppard and Andernach On-board entertainment and English commentary Escorted by a friendly, experienced cruise manager Eight nights' full board accommodation on board Olympia Coach travel from the local area and Channel crossings The Rhine & the Black Forest River Cruise on board Olympia 6 days from PS549.
Ms Al Saffar embarks on her latest 15-day adventure on August 1.
Embark aims to have 100 community projects up and running over the next 10 years, creating 100,000 investors, equating to one million committed advocates for clean energy and a tangible move towards a low carbon economy.
By exposing us to such wildly diverse definitions of identity, concepts of happiness and other personal beliefs, Mettler is in fact asking us to re-examine our own set of values and beliefs; in other words, to embark on a journey similar to his own.
To avoid interruption of the college application process at the height of the season, The Princeton Review will operate the business of Embark separately through the 2001-2002 admissions season.
OmniTRAX will immediately embark on numerous infrastructure improvements including rail replacement, installation of 2000 ties, installation of three new switches, and surfacing.
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.
The power has shifted to the student when it comes to research," says Phil Dunkelberger, chief executive and president of Embark.
Whereas poor boys from labouring families in agricultural communities had usually left home to embark on service-in-husbandry in their early teens, the lack of such employment opportunities in and around Braintree meant that they stayed on.
Blueberry Systems is creating Embark to meet the demand for a true, "one-stop shop" for mortgage lenders, providing a complete solution that eliminates the need for multiple decisions and selection of separate systems based on integration capabilities.