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  • n  the act of passengers and crew getting off of a ship or aircraft

  • So Newschief Abe Schechter wirelessed Iceland to ask for an American newscaster to describe the debarkation of the troops.
  • Ships, carrying both men and women, will sail from Los Angeles and San Francisco, with Seattle an alternative debarkation port.
  • The cleared trunks, parcels and crates then go into the ship's hold until debarkation.

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