escape line

escape line

A planned route to allow personnel engaged in clandestine activity to depart from a site or area when possibility of compromise or apprehension exists.
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Tenders are invited for Converting Existing Stabling Line To Engine Escape Line At Sanjay Gandhi Thermal Power Station, Birsinghpur, Dist-Umaria, For Mppgcl
Beow: The Escape line is handmade of polypropylene in China and comes with the non-skid backing attached.
Bob, of Sandwich, Kent, was determined he'd get home and he was one of the lucky ones who was passed down an escape line, making an aston-ishing journey via Brussels and Paris and climbing across the Pyrenees into Spain.
Hippolyte 1940-41, by land and by sea 1942, the Cauney escape line, the Maca family, the Marathon camps in the Belgian Ardennes, and the ghost train.
Evader: The Epic Story of the First British Airman to Be Rescued by the Com'ete Escape Line in World War II by Derek Shuff.
He also suggested that MI9 would be interested in helping her develop an escape line.
The others including Dutch heroine Johanna Folmer, who ran an escape line in Dutch resistance and helped 300 airmen, service personnel and Nazi victims escape.
This was remarkable because the person who provided information was the famous Lieutenant Commander Pat O'Leary RN - in reality a Belgian Army doctor, Albert Guerisse, founder of the Pat Escape Line.
As the underground group had by then concentrated its energies on an escape line, Letty was given the task of running a place for Jewish youngsters slated to participate in this escape project.
5 & 6 (Iv) Shimoga Town: Extension Of Existing Engine Escape Line And V) Mysore Arsikere Section: Through Renewal Of Fitting From Km.
To history, Andree de Jongh was the patriot who started the Comet Escape Line, the 1,000-miles escape route of safe houses through Nazi-occupied Belgium and France, which led to safety in Spain.
way materials for proposed passenger loop line and engine escape line on pakala end.