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adrift

floating without steering or mooring; drifting
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Senatorial was third, a neck behind, and Agente Parmigiano fourth, another two lengths adrift.
Inverness captain Grant Munro insists they can complete the survival mission and said: "When we were five points adrift people thought it was all over but we're in the driving seat and looking forward to it.
Heath began the final day eight shots adrift of the runaway leader after improving with rounds of 63 and 68.
The opening line of the Crane's story--"None of them knew the color of the sky"--reflects the uncertainty and loneliness of the situation as his four "poor waifs" are set adrift in a tiny rowboat amid turbulent, frigid, and shark-infested waters.
Howard Johnson's five-year-old was a long way adrift of Monet's Garden on his last start in a novice chase at Carlisle, but has since run a cracking race to take second in the Arkle at Cheltenham.
An Indonesian man has been rescued after being adrift at sea for almost two weeks since the Dec.
Front his article, Tom Eddlem affirmed the Christian faith that the men discovered while they were adrift in the ocean.
Left adrift is Lesje's roommate and partner, William.
Unfortunately, private nonresidential construction remains adrift.
An example of the new successfully driven by the old is Eyes Adrift, three guys whose collective credentials qualify them for posterity's blessing even before their CD gets pressed.
High-lights will include Adrift, 2001, a collaborative Net performance project that takes place in multiple locations (actual and virtual) and combines projections, narrative text, and sound streaming in real time.
VANDALS cut adrift a boat full of sleeping holidaymakers - sending them drifting towards a dangerous weir.