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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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Saga Holidays took four of the Small Ship class awards with Saga Sapphire taking Best Overall Ship, Best Dining, Best Embarkation and Best Cabins.
In addition to Mobily SIM cards, train and bus tickets for transportation in Makkah and Madinah were also distributed among the pilgrims from their embarkation points in India.
But once again, like a stuck record, the Home Office has said embarkation controls are being reintroduced next spring to boost intelligence on who was here.
Paul said: "This poem reflects the misplaced innocence of one of the many fallen as he looks back to his parting on embarkation.
By enhancing the ease, comfort and speed of embarkation day logistics, our guests get instant access to the ship and can enjoy the luxury of the Crystal Experience all the sooner.
Editor-in-chief Carolyn Spencer Brown says "Newcastle has some delightful areas - the Quayside, superb museums, restaurants and galleries - and is convenient as both a port of embarkation and a port of call.
However, prior to the revolt against Libyan leader that broke out in February, Libya was a favorite point of embarkation for people seeking a better life in Europe.
Under the Blue Alert, Modi cannot travel outside the country, and if he does, he can be detained at any public port of embarkation and disembarkation.
Nabi Ebrahim, Counsellor of Bahrain to Col Saleem Zia, Commandant Embarkation HQrs Karachi.
It will allow departing passengers to check in at the station of embarkation.
He recalls basic training, battle training in earnerst, final embarkation for active service, Pusan and beyond, creature comforts, Christmas at the front, the prisoners and a prelude to spring, porters and poetry, Hill 355 and a true thunderbox, rest and recuperation leave in Tokyo, and other matters.
Reviving a signature tradition from the early days of cruising, Princess Cruises is debuting an innovative, new programme giving passengers the opportunity to invite their friends and family aboard their ship on embarkation day to wish them 'bon voyage' and get a taste of the onboard experience.