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  • v. To alight, especially from public transit or an aircraft


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  • We offer them onboard maps (built into their devices) and offboard maps (loaded from our servers), we offer them navigation jointly with our navigation partners and we offer up relationships with our many vertical app developers.

    How Cloudmade Will Deal With Google Navigation Monster

  • I watched, as he prepared himself on a take-offboard.

    See Delphi and Die

  • The sooner the Storm-warden was offboard the better.


  • "During a Bing search, where you're searching for a location while driving, it will go offboard and use Voice Box conversational voice-recognition software to allow easier operation of the search, as opposed to having to memorize robotic commands," he said.

    Wired Top Stories

  • Skills perfboard project left something to be desired (something = offboard parts/connections).

    MAKE Magazine

  • Lockheed Martin's new Extensible Launching System (ExLS) successfully conducted the first vertical launch of Nulka offboard countermeasure test rounds at Eglin Air

    Military Space News, Nuclear Weapons, Missile Defense

  • Business Edition's offboard module capabilities enabling Taleo Business Edition customers to get displaced employees back to work faster.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • Every Camaro comes with OnStar (door unlock, crash notification) and the Bluetooth/USB-equipped or - available models come with the premium version of OnStar with offboard navigation; the first year of service comes free.


  • Sync 3.0 features an "offboard navigation system" that connects to your car via your Sync-connected Bluetooth cellphone.

    MacNN | The Macintosh News Network

  • "We're looking into links between the product lines that could provide offboard connectivity to update our video file-servers," he says.



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  • Where does sideboard fit in (outfit)?

    October 19, 2012

  • the opposite of "onboard" -- to remove someone from an organization or company.

    October 18, 2012