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swinging

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The process of placing a craft on various headings and comparing magnetic compass readings with the corresponding magnetic directions to determine deviation; this usually follows compass adjustment or compass compensation, and is done to obtain information for making a deviation table, deviation card, or compass correction card.

What does it mean when you dream about swinging?

To be swinging on a swing or to be dancing the “swing” indicates that the dreamer is expressing a great deal of satisfaction and freedom.

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In three short years Darcy had lived through opening a Swing Club in the Plaza Midwood area of Charlotte.
Asi, Chamaco Chico Swing Club es acertada, aun sin lograr toda la eficacia escenica que se busca en ciertos espectaculos.
I performed at all the hot and happening swing clubs in New York City with The Sugarman 3," said Woodward.
Research provided by North American Swing Club Association (NASCA) (McGinley, 1995) found that 15% of couples in the U.
Dance promoter Fred Lovio of Alfredo's Salsa and Swing Club and associates has put together a semi-formal New Year's Eve gala at the Knights of Columbus Hall.
Lovio has formed a group called Alfredo's Salsa and Swing Club and Associates.
This dark night of the soul, set in an after-hours swing club, is the coolest depiction of salvation in recent memory.
Stroman, ``Contact's'' director and choreographer, developed the idea for the show with playwright John Weidman after watching a yellow- dress-wearing beauty select and reject partner after partner in a New York swing club.
Also titled ``Contact,'' the present-day piece sees Michael Wiley, a suicidally depressed advertising executive (played by Alan Campbell) who has his life transformed after an encounter with an alluring girl in a yellow dress at an underground swing club.
Performances by the Swing Club, Chorus and Concert band will precede this meeting.
Golfers can swing clubs at the Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, the newest of the resort's hotels.
Heroin was the drug of choice for 1950s bebop jazz musicians who used heroin in Manhattan swing clubs, he said, followed decades later by rock stars like Janis Joplin and Kurt Cobain.