(adv.) On board; into or within a ship or boat; hence, into or within a railway car.
(adv.) Alongside; as, close aboard.
(prep.) On board of; as, to go aboard a ship.
(prep.) Across; athwart.
(1) The alterations of dendritic trees of pyramidal neurons of layer III of visual cortex of the rat exposed to the influence of space flight aboard biosputnik "Cosmos-1887" were studied and the results are described to illustrate the methods power.
(2) Twenty-one subjects flew aboard a KC-135 aircraft operated by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) which performed parabolic maneuvers resulting in periods of 0-g, 1-g, and 1.8-g. Each subject flew once with a tablet containing scopolamine and once with a placebo in a random order, crossover design.
(3) I don’t do the social media myself, so who knows.” The Pentagon said the drone, also described as a “glider” or unmanned underwater vehicle, was deployed by civilian contractors aboard the USNS Bowditch, a scientific research ship.
(4) The helicopter with Pope Benedict XVI aboard flies past St Peter's Square at the Vatican.
(5) De Boer's successor's first tasks will be to keep the US aboard the negotiations and to clear up the vexed question of the legal status of the Copenhagen accord , the deal struck at Copenhagen by a small group but not endorsed by a majority of countries.
(6) Saadi's entire family were bundled aboard an aircraft in Hong Kong and flown to Tripoli in March 2004.
(7) Winterton used these acceptances to persuade others to climb aboard: “Andy is in, Hilary is in.” Corbyn was on the phone to Chuka Umunna, then shadow business secretary, who had been careful to brief that he was not going to immediately walk out but wait to see what Corbyn said on policy.
(8) The kidnap and execution of the then Christian Democrat leader Aldo Moro by the Red Brigades , the murderous bomb in Bologna station in 1980 and others in Milan, Brescia and aboard a train were, differently, expressions of what Italians call the “strategy of tension” by the state.
(9) Illness incidence was examined aboard U.S. Navy vessels to ascertain whether sick call rates vary with ship size.
(10) The migrants rescued on Tuesday had been aboard five motorised dinghies and two larger vessels.
(11) A point source outbreak of Vibrio cholerae O1 El Tor Inaba infections occurred aboard an oil rig south of Port Arthur, Texas, in September 1981.
(12) The National Enquirer later published a picture of Rice in Hart’s lap aboard a yacht called Monkey Business.
(13) FO: OK. Minutes later, the plane plunged into a field, killing all 68 aboard.
(14) She's in that top tier of stars among whom the (allegedly) choicest scripts circulate incestuously until one of them jumps ship or another climbs aboard.
(15) Vote Leave tweeted a new version of Johnson’s London mayoral campaign cartoon of him with the simple message: “Welcome aboard, @ BorisJohnson !
(16) In 1974 the USSR carried out a rat experiment aboard the biosatellite Cosmos-690 equipped with a gamma-emitter.
(17) Australia's former environment minister, Ian Campbell, told Australian television from aboard a Sea Shepherd vessel that the group would "have to get organised to go out to the oceans and save the whales off South Korea".
(18) A group of passengers aboard one of Vinson’s two Frontier Airlines flights are being monitored for symptoms.
(19) Pamela Dix, Executive Director of Disaster Action, supporting those caught up in terrorism or disaster, began campaigning after her brother Peter died aboard Pan Am flight over Lockerbie in 1988.
(20) The Downton journey has been amazing for everyone aboard,” said Fellowes, who wants to start focusing his attention on his long-awaited US drama The Gilded Age for NBC .
(n.) A piece of timber sawed thin, and of considerable length and breadth as compared with the thickness, -- used for building, etc.
(n.) A table to put food upon.
(n.) Hence: What is served on a table as food; stated meals; provision; entertainment; -- usually as furnished for pay; as, to work for one's board; the price of board.
(n.) A table at which a council or court is held. Hence: A council, convened for business, or any authorized assembly or meeting, public or private; a number of persons appointed or elected to sit in council for the management or direction of some public or private business or trust; as, the Board of Admiralty; a board of trade; a board of directors, trustees, commissioners, etc.
(n.) A square or oblong piece of thin wood or other material used for some special purpose, as, a molding board; a board or surface painted or arranged for a game; as, a chessboard; a backgammon board.
(n.) Paper made thick and stiff like a board, for book covers, etc.; pasteboard; as, to bind a book in boards.
(n.) The stage in a theater; as, to go upon the boards, to enter upon the theatrical profession.
(n.) The border or side of anything.
(n.) The side of a ship.
(n.) The stretch which a ship makes in one tack.
(v. t.) To cover with boards or boarding; as, to board a house.
(n.) To go on board of, or enter, as a ship, whether in a hostile or a friendly way.
(n.) To enter, as a railway car.
(n.) To furnish with regular meals, or with meals and lodgings, for compensation; to supply with daily meals.
(n.) To place at board, for compensation; as, to board one's horse at a livery stable.
(v. i.) To obtain meals, or meals and lodgings, statedly for compensation; as, he boards at the hotel.
(v. t.) To approach; to accost; to address; hence, to woo.
(1) In April, they said the teenager boarded a flight to Turkey with his friend Hassan Munshi, also 17 at the time.
(2) There is no evidence that health-maintenance organizations reduce admissions in discretionary or "unnecessary" categories; instead, the data suggest lower admission rates across the board.
(3) Prior to joining JOE Media, Will was chief commercial officer at Dazed Group, where he also sat on the board of directors.
(4) Several selling VCs were also Google investors; one sat on Google's board.
(5) In order for the club to grow and sustain its ability to be a competitive force in the Premier League, the board has made a number of decisions which will strengthen the club, support the executive team, manager and his staff and enhance shareholder return.
(6) By vaccinating adult dogs in boarding kennels the morbidity rate dropped from 83.5% to 6.5% and the mortality rate from 4.1% to 0.5%.
(7) When war broke out, the nine-year-old Arden was sent away to board at a school near York and then on Sedbergh School in Cumbria.
(8) But what about phenomena such as table tipping and Ouija boards?
(9) The flow of a specified concentration of test gas exits from the mixing board, enters a distributing tube, and is then distributed equally to 12 chamber tubes housing one mouse each.
(10) Network #5 conducted a pilot study of state survey results to profile data for Medical Review Board (MRB) analysis and to identify potential areas where educational activities could be focused.
(11) The committee is chaired by John Thompson, the board's lead independent director, and includes Microsoft founder and chairman, Bill Gates, as well as other board members Chuck Noski and Steve Luczo.
(12) Oscar Pistorius ‘to be released in August’ as appeal date is set for November Read more But the parole board at his prison overruled an emotional plea from the 29-year-old victim’s parents when it sat last week.
(13) In an exceptionally rare turn, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles, a panel appointed by the governor that is almost always hardline on executions, recommended that his death sentence be commuted to life in prison because of his mental illness.
(14) The Weinstein Company, which Harvey owns with his brother Bob, lost rights to the title on Tuesday following a ruling by the Motion Picture Association of America's arbitration board.
(15) Manchester United 3-1 Barcelona | match report Read more While, according to Louis van Gaal , Rojo was not on the flight because of an issue with his travel documents, the manager was unsure why Di María had failed to board the plane.
(16) Sir James Crosby, the ITV senior independent non-executive director, explained why the board had opted to retain Grade's services for an extra year: "It was the unanimous view of ITV's independent non-executive directors that it would be in the best interests of the company and its shareholders to ask Michael to extend his time as executive chairman.
(17) Asked whether the club would be in new hands by tonight, he said: "There is a board meeting this evening to determine whether or not that is the case."
(18) Born in Dublin and educated at University College Dublin, he has also served on the board of the Washington Post, General Electric, Waterford Wedgwood and the New York Stock Exchange.
(19) The performance of candidates on the geriatric medicine items on the American Board of Internal Medicine's 1980, 1981, and 1982 Certifying Examinations was analyzed.
(20) About 250 flights were taken off the Friday morning board at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and Dallas Love Field.