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used in This Side of Paradise

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to leave on a trip — especially to board a ship
  • EMBARKING AT NIGHT Amory moved forward on the deck until he found a stool under an electric light.
    1.4 — Narcissus Off Duty (93% in)
  • INTERLUDE May, 1917-February, 1919 A letter dated January, 1918, written by Monsignor Darcy to Amory, who is a second lieutenant in the 171st Infantry, Port of Embarkation, Camp Mills, Long Island.
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  • When the lightning strikes one of us it strikes both: you had hardly arrived at the port of embarkation when I got my papers to start for Rome, and I am waiting every moment to be told where to take ship.
    1.4 — Narcissus Off Duty (88% in)

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