He took the train that night for London, and five days after shook hands in farewell of his brothers at the port of embarkation
Port of embarkation
, clinical symptoms, and duration of travel did not predict delay to isolation (Table 2).
Each volume presents the passenger lists in chronological order by each ship's arrival date, with codes for information on each person's age, sex, occupation, village of origin, and destination, plus the name of the ship, the port of embarkation
, and the date of arrival.
The agency sends the details, then asks the seamen to send pounds 300 to cover transport costs to the port of embarkation
Visits to Defense Distribution Center Susquehanna, Pennsylvania; BAE Systems at York, Pennsylvania; and a port of embarkation
will complement the classroom time and provide students with a visual representation of the sustaining base that supports the armed forces in the field.
15 ordering Heng Pov be deported to Singapore, his last port of embarkation
Because stevedores are hired for the port, different companies are normally contracted at each port of embarkation
and port of debarkation.
The visibility of troop movement now extends from the aerial port of embarkation
all the way to the final (in-theater) aerial port of debarkation.
The majority of theft involving ocean shipment of cargo takes place at either the port of embarkation
of the port of destination.
I couldn't go to OCS (Officers Candidate School) because of an eye problem, but it also kept me booted out of the port of embarkation
To deliver the optimum operating and support models to underpin the pre-eminent UK AM main operating base and air port of embarkation
, which in turn will enable the efficient delivery of effective Rapid Global AM.
Editor-in-chief Carolyn Spencer Brown says "Newcastle is convenient as both a port of embarkation
and a port of call.