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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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Or that Jeter was ripped by owner George Steinbrenner last winter for his swinging lifestyle.
We know very little about why couples decide to adopt the swinging lifestyle and its subsequent effects upon the marital relationship.
Most couples begin to look at the swinging lifestyle in their late thirties after the pressure of childbearing, establishing a career, and finding their niche in life passes.
Murray Abraham, this gossipy tale of mass-market author Jacqueline Susann and her flack hubby, Irving Mansfield, mixes "Austin Powers"-style satire, dirty Jewish jokes, swinging lifestyles and pop-cultural observation into a thoroughly entertaining theatrical cocktail with boffo B.