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inward bound

[′in·wərd ′bau̇nd]
(navigation)
Heading toward the land or up a harbor, away from the open sea.
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Hoseason, the captain's mother, had come some years before to live; and whether outward or inward bound, the Covenant was never suffered to go by that place by day, without a gun fired and colours shown.
Passengers on the inward bound flight reaching Muscat International Airport who had visited or transited through the countries mentioned above or came in contact with a suspected case or a case of EVD in other countries and presently suffering from any of the symptoms mentioned, have been asked to fill-in the 'Self Declaration Form.
The barque "Framat" portrayed in port view, inward bound for Liverpool off the North Wales coast, the Skerries reef and lighthouse being visible on the left of the painting was estimated at pounds 3,000-pounds 4,000 and sold on Wednesday for pounds 9,000.
With his ability to "read" such works, Mr Davidson is the man Sotheby's turns to when paintings by Merseyside marine artists come on to the market In a catalogue footnote for the sale in London on Wednesday, Mr Davidson writes: "The barque Framat is portrayed in port view, inward bound for Liverpool off the North Wales coast, the Skerries reef and lighthouse being visible on the left of the painting.
Inward bound bus-only lanes are suggested for some routes not wide enough for two-way bus lanes.
Here in Quinton we have a splendid example - outward bound the A456, as the main road, has priority at the Holly Bush junction, but inward bound the priority is reversed at nothing more than a cross-carriage way situation.
Sami Muctar, area manager - Oman, Ethiopian Airlines, said that passengers and crew of all inward bound flights from Africa to Muscat International Airport have been asked to fill in the 'Self Declaration Form' by officials of the Ministry of Health.
I've called it Inward Bound and it's basically about how we need to go within for our answers," said Marie.
DFDS is now preparing for the autumn season and Crummie is expecting the relatively low value of sterling and the high-profile of the region's football teams to maintain inward bound business.
With a reputation built on providing top-notch results for a list of discerning clientele, this growing San Diego-based firm is now representing: We Olive - a premier olive oil tasting bar concept with 10 locations throughout California; Inward Bound - a lifestyle wellness retreat company based in Costa Rica; The Red Door Restaurant & Wine Bar - a culinary sanctuary with familiar dishes executed with creative flair; The Wellington Steak & Martini Lounge - a contemporary and intimate supper club; the 3rd annual San Diego Spirits Festival - the west coast's preeminent celebration of craft spirits.
Why is Keane inward bound at Celtic Park when the likes of Scott McDonald, Barry Robson and Stephen McManus are all fleeing the nest, viewing Middlesbro (of all places) as an attractive alternative in the second tier of English football?