debarkation point

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It's a symbolic debarkation point whereby if you're entering from Eugene, you're leaving the Land of Enlightenment for the City that Skoal Built.
This sequence is repeated until they finally reach a ferry debarkation point for the young couple.
Ships That Call: Seward is the embarkation or debarkation point for every cruise of the Gulf of Alaska in 2002.
In WWI and WWII, ocean liners and freighters were drafted to move our forces and their materiel to debarkation points.
AT the debarkation points and on the supply lines --at the fighting fronts and on the rough terrain behind them--big, multiple-drive Studebaker trucks are writing brilliant new chapters of transport history every day of this war.