disembark


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land

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to come ashore from a seacraft

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go ashore

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The measure, which limits the number of personnel who may disembark from such ships to two senior members, including the captain, was introduced following successive cases of illegal immigrants entering the country via the ships.
They said Shin Gwan Hyong, a 41-year-old South Korean, helped three Chinese nationals board the freighter in Pusan and let them disembark when the ship berthed at Osaka port.
To Disembark, Glenn Ligon's recent installation at the Hirshhorn Gallery in Washington, D.
The resort has already received confirmation from a nearby Navy ship, that 50 sailors will disembark their vessel and venture to the resort for the ultimate in in-water screenings and celebrations.
The Ship will disembark Pakistani evacuees at Gizan Saudi Arabia, according to press release issued by PN here.
In Devatreya's case, the DMCA boarded the ship and provided assistance to disembark all the crew in April, but they refused.
Holyhead - Dun Laoghaire/Dublin Port - Holyhead Day Trip from *PS5 per person allows you the chance to disembark and enjoy an afternoon and evening in Ireland.
We saw other planes on the tarmac and no passengers were being allowed to disembark at all.
Thirty-two of the migrants were found while trying to disembark from a ship and 31 were found on land, the agency reported.
7, may 1) disembark the vessel in Miami tomorrow 2) stay aboard an additional night and disembark in Miami on Wed.
Once you disembark the plane after an 11-hour flight from the East Coast to Oahu, you immediately feel lighter.
I take the tram from Basel's central station and less than ten minutes later disembark at the Schaulager stop, an established public-transportation address even if its namesake institution is still under construction.
Those passengers who had already boarded the aircraft were forced to disembark while MAS engineering staff examined the aircraft.
In the valley is the Vandans terminal; two intermediate stations at Latschau and Matschwitz cater for changes in direction in the line of the cables (in this system at least, they cannot go round corners), and high up above the tree-line is the Gruneck terminal, from which skiers and summer ramblers disembark for their encounters with the mountains.
The installation of this system in the BEAR and eventually the BEARCAT adds a much needed dimension to the capability of the vehicle and the safety of the officers preparing to disembark from the vehicle.