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dead ahead

[¦ded ə′hed]
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In marine operations, a position directly ahead of the ship; a relative bearing of 000°.
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I SEE that Theresa May, the Home Secretary, rang the alarm bell when she saw the immigrant iceberg dead ahead.
Sleep came easily, with pleasant dreams of good times dead ahead.
Despite the convincing scoreline, Berbatov does not believe the tie is dead ahead of the return leg at Monaco's Stade Louis II.
There's plenty more Dead ahead thanks to their impressive, collective effort," Collier said.
Or the gut-wrenching anti-aircraft artillery: "The train was dead ahead, sitting quietly at the end of a peaceful valley.
Martin was expecting them to laugh but they just stared dead ahead.
Islamabad: Pakistan on Monday rejected Afghan claims it was linked to an attack on presidential front-runner Abdullah Abdullah last week that left 12 people dead ahead of an election run-off.
Second officer Charles Lightoller had said at the time that when the lookouts reported ice dead ahead, the first officer immediately starboarded the helm, but the 46,000-ton ship struck a small low-lying iceberg, making a comparatively slight jar, the Mirror reported.
There they are, coming into the home straight, cheek by jowl, all eyes focused dead ahead.
They just don't see the gate or gap we expect them too if it is not dead ahead.
As I slipped up behind the dog the birds broke, a group of three that A flushed dead ahead of me.
Bombings in Iraq, including one near a governor's convoy, killed eight people a day after a wave of attacks left 50 dead ahead of the first elections since US troops withdrew.

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