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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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It was now time to put the preparation, experimentation and speculation behind--opening day lay dead ahead, and I needed to get close to a mountain goat soon.
Indeed, the mounting evidence against him suggests there is a far greater chance of more icebergs dead ahead than of captain Caixinha suddenly steering this ship into more tranquil waters.
Misfortune loomed without warning when a Formula 4 championship rival's car suddenly slowed without warning to a stop dead ahead of him and the unsighted Monger had no time to react and save himself from harm of despite his perfectly developed reflexes and he ploughed helplessly into the unanticipated blockage.
Then I'm pushing hard, paddling with every bit of power I've got, desperate to help turn our raft away from the pour over created by the submerged boulder dead ahead of us.
A lone piper played Flowers of the Forest in the Easter Road centre circle as players and fans observed a two-minute silence before kick-off in honour of the war dead ahead of Remembrance Sunday.
Dead ahead Deadhead summer-flowering heather using shears as soon as flowers fade.
My night vision was at two o'clock, and when I looked at two o'clock I could see what was dead ahead of me.
There were early chances at both ends, the hosts just seeing a Liam Finn kick run dead ahead of the Wolfhound chasers.
I SEE that Theresa May, the Home Secretary, rang the alarm bell when she saw the immigrant iceberg dead ahead.
Indeed, these are the great lingering questions of the Lusitania affair," Larson writes, "why was the ship left on its own, with a proven killer of men and ships dead ahead in its path?
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.

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