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NAVNavigation
NAVNet Asset Value
NAVNavigational
NAVNavy
NAVNavigate
NAVNaval
NAVNorton Anti-Virus
NAVNy Arbeids- og Velferdsforvaltning (Norwegian)
NAVNetwork Allocation Vector
NAVNano Air Vehicle (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency)
NaVVoltage Gated Sodium Channel
NAVNo Added Value
NAVNew Authorized Version (New King James Version of the Bible)
NAVNetwork Applications Vehicle
NAVNon-Aqueous Volatiles
NAVNative Alaskan Village
NAVNonhost Angiosperm Volatiles
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Neither Number Thirteen nor any of his crew had ever before seen a boat, and outside of the leader there was scarcely enough brains in the entire party to render it at all likely that they could ever navigate it, but the young man saw that the other prahus were being propelled by the long sticks which protruded from their sides, and he also saw the sails bellying with wind, though he had but a vague conception of their purpose.
Tyler's party had been able to navigate this channel because their craft had been a submarine; but the Toreador could as easily have flown over the cliffs as sailed under them.
There, he was humble enough to confess to himself, was a chartless, shoreless sea, about which he knew nothing and which he must nevertheless somehow navigate.
San Rafael Creek, up which we had to go to reach the town and turn over our prisoners to the authorities, ran through wide-stretching marshes, and was difficult to navigate on a falling tide, while at low tide it was impossible to navigate at all.
To navigate a vessel through the reefs and shoals and passages and unlighted coasts of the coral seas is a man's work in itself.
So, when the boat's built, he's the boss of the outfit to navigate the lakes and rapids to Klondike.
One of the best gifts of nature, in so grand a channel of communication, seems here wilfully thrown away -- a river in which ships might navigate from a temperate country, as surprisingly abundant in certain productions as destitute of others, to another possessing a tropical climate, and a soil which, according to the best of judges, M.
From to-day a child will be able to navigate a ship.
The future, had she regarded it, offered a dismal prospect; but Emmy was too shy, so to speak, to look to that, and embark alone on that wide sea, and unfit to navigate it without a guide and protector.
He shrunk up his shoulders at it when it was first proposed to him; but in a few days after he came to me, with one of the missionary priests for his interpreter, and told me he had a proposal to make to me, which was this: he had bought a great quantity of our goods, when he had no thoughts of proposals made to him of buying the ship; and that, therefore, he had not money to pay for the ship: but if I would let the same men who were in the ship navigate her, he would hire the ship to go to Japan; and would send them from thence to the Philippine Islands with another loading, which he would pay the freight of before they went from Japan: and that at their return he would buy the ship.
Shuan that navigates the brig; he's the finest seaman in the trade, only for drink; and I tell you I believe it
The second close McDonalds has a better rating, click, and navigate.