- The hijackers kept the pilot on board the plane as (a) hostage.
- Delivery can be made free on board and your order dispatched within24 hours.
- Although I will be unable to be on board, my spirit will be with the Titanic when she sails from Liverpool next week.
- Everyone on board saw the bright spheres and everyone thought it was "UFO" -Unidentified Flying Object.
- Inspecting fitting accuracyof coaming on board.
- Corkscrews are the tools of our trade although admittedly not as deeply personalised as the batterie of knives that professional chefs are now precluded from taking on board with them even on the briefest of trips.
- Free on board> means that the seller fulfils his obligation to deliver when the goods have passed over the ship's rail at the named port of shipment.
- Augustus tells peters of pym's presence on board.
- Byron are you on board?
- A passenger list has not been released but dominican officials believe at least175dominicans were on board the plane.
- Preliminary investigations show the braking system on the airbus has failed.more than two hundred people were on board.
- "Except with the permission of the director upon the hoisting of any local storm signal other than number one or number three every type ii vessel having on board any dangerous goods in category5shall proceed outside the harbour and shall there remain until such signal is lowered."
- "Except with the permission of the director upon the hoisting of any local storm signal other than signal number one or number three every type iii vessel which has on board any dangerous goods in category1or category5 class1or2 shall proceed outside the harbour or-"
- "Except with the permission of the director upon the hoisting of any local storm signal other than signal number one or number three every type I vessel having on board any dangerous goods in category1 shall proceed outside the harbour and shall there remain until such signal is lowered."
- A master or an employer shall have rights to dispose of or jettison the ammunition explosives or other dangerous goods carried on board by seafarers.