Disembarkation

Dis·em`bar·ka'tion noun The act of disembarking.
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Disembarkation

• (n.) The act of disembarking.
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Disembarkation

Debarcation or disembarkation is the process of leaving a ship or aircraft, or removing goods from a ship or aircraft. (debark: from the French des meaning `from`, and, barque, meaning `small ship`). ==Civilian== The loading and unloading of cargo has traditionally been handled by stevedores, also known as longshoremen, wharfies, etc. Today, t...
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