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On board

Used in the context of general equities. Long.
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On Board

1. Informal for a long position.

2. Informal; describing a situation where goods have been loaded onto the vessel used to carry them to the destination. The term is used on a bill of lading.
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The on-board convenience store will be available for Business and Economy Class passengers, in addition to the on-board duty free shop.
The entire on-board solution is especially designed for easier, safer and more entertaining travelling, and it supports seamless integration and management of the on-board systems as part of larger public transport ecosystems.
While advising families to ensure their little ones receive a children's meal on-board by ordering one online 48 hours in advance, Starling declared: 'the meals offer food specifically designed to appeal to children.'
(3) A fusion between the safe driving support service that utilizes designated on-board devices and Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance's independently developed safe driving consulting, which analyzes dangerous operations data obtained from these designated on-board devices.
Highlights & inclusions Embark in Andernach - ancient Rhineland town Scenic cruise along the classic UNESCO-listed Middle Rhine Walking tour of Boppard Calls at Boppard, Rudesheim, Mainz, Koblenz and Cologne Disembark in Cologne - historic Rhineland capital On-board entertainment and English commentary Escorted by a friendly, experienced cruise manager Five nights' full board accommodation on board Olympia Coach travel from the local area and Channel crossings Romantic Rhine Cruise to Switzerland A scenic journey on board Olympia 9 days from PS995.00, 25 May 2016 Experience the best of the mighty Rhine river.
With the on-board Wi-Fi service, customers can use portable electronic devices (PEDs) to access emails, browse the internet and also send SMS/MMS via their smartphones.
A veteran at the airline, he has seen satellite communication evolve from its humble beginnings, to its current state on-board aircraft.
The partnership will see Batelco support the airline's on-board operations with Batelco providing iPads for Gulf Air's cabin service managers to streamline their on-board processes.
Three nights full board in a Standard Lower deck cabin on-board Olympia (upgrade cabin available at a supplement) ?
Enjoy the on-board comforts of the ship, as you sail from Cologne through the fabled Rhine Gorge to famous wine-town Rudesheim, visit historic Speyer and Alsace capital Strasbourg, and enjoy an included tour of the stunning Black Forest and exquisite Freiburg.
- Up to $300 per cabin in on-board credits that can be applied to the cost of shore excursions, specialty dining, wine tastings, spa treatments and other on-board purchases.