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Noun1.Disembarkment - the act of passengers and crew getting off of a ship or aircraftdisembarkment - the act of passengers and crew getting off of a ship or aircraft
landing - the act of coming to land after a voyage
going ashore - debarkation from a boat or ship
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Not a word was spoken, every one seemed occupied, Franz with his disembarkment, the sailors with their sails, the smugglers with their goat; but in the midst of all this carelessness it was evident that they mutually observed each other.
The project includes installing passing rail siding, providing a walkway from the disembarkment area to the Jamestown multimodal center, and providing necessary utility connections at the Jamestown station that is part of a regional excursion train initiative.
After describing their disembarkment, with its elaborate procedures, the narrative follows Fausto, Alberto, and Gino as they wander the city streets.
So intent was the boy on "participating in the ship's adventures" that he sequestered himself away for the day, and then feigned losing his hat, to delay his disembarkment.
While still hallucinating, he becomes docile enough to forgo a twenty-four hour watch, and survives until disembarkment in New York.
The compromise relates to draft rules of behaviour in European Frontex missions for the detection and interception of a boat at sea, and more specifically for rescue missions and the disembarkment of migrants.
Se trata del primer Carib Disembarkment Day, que conto con la autorizacion de las autoridades coloniales.
Diptee's gripping socio-economic study, From Africa to Jamaica, traces the embarkation of captives at Jamaica Point, Sierre Leone to their disembarkment in Jamaica, one of the toughest labour regimes in the Americas.