Reembark


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Re`em`bark´


v. t. & i.1.To put, or go, on board a vessel again; to embark again.
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It would move constantly, pausing periodically only for an hour or two to disembark or reembark FOL and hide teams or to exploit a hide position of its own.
In this way the fantastic narrative rhetoric of Under Satan's Sun is an important renewal of the genre of the Catholic combat novel; it revitalises the dogmatic language without breaking the realistic framework of the genre, thus inviting modern readers to embark or reembark upon a religious quest.
Or perhaps they eventually reembark for Australia as kinder, gentler wardens, personifying carceralism with a human face.