on board

ADVERB
  1. on a ship, train, plane or other vehicle
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How To Use on board In A Sentence

  • Aides hovered round like royal courtiers before he made a fleeting appearance climbing on board the City of Chicago. Times, Sunday Times
  • Of course when we found the mines on board, that vindicated our concerns.
  • Clear information boards indicate the location of different types of trees which include Persian, Japanese and black walnut trees, coastal and dawn redwoods, cedar of Lebanon, atlas and deodar cedars, and swamp cypresses.
  • And the 21m he banked off the course is certain to rocket as new sponsors clamber on board the gravy train. The Sun
  • The convention plucked him from the pastorate to head the foreign mission board.
  • But this volume considerably expands our understanding by widening the regional sphere of comparison and by taking on board issues of secrecy, cultural heritage and museology.
  • His exceptional talent at putting acrylics and oils together on board and letting them ooze is a lesson on how to do this kind of thing and all those kids in ARI-land should get down to the Wynne and check it out.
  • The only requisite is manageableness of the ship herself and of the numbers she carries on board.
  • Ensure through specialty certification boards that credentialing programs are of the highest quality and consistent with industry standards.
  • Jay Johnson, a naval aviator, that all negative findings by evaluation boards must be reviewed at the Pentagon.
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