debark debark


  • (v) go ashore



  1. Others, whether Catholic themselves or not, view priests as troubled souls who may soon debark from the ministry to marry, or simply as the impresarios of weekly bingo games.
  2. Finally they were told the reason and 78 of 90 passengers of the President Jackson were politely asked to pack up and debark.
  3. Passengers and crew, meanwhile, presumed that something horrendous was happening outside, and they refused to debark.


  • Delimbinator makes its West Coast debut

    Debra Moore Staff Writer 6/13/2013 Logger Randy Pew feeds logs into the “delimbinator,” a machine that can delimb and debark several logs at a time. Pew demonstrated the machine’s capabilities to representatives from the Forest Service and the timber industry June 5. Photo by Debra Moore   Forest Service personnel and timber industry leaders gathered June 5 just north of Graeagle to get their ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Plumas County News

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