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hover

(1) To move the mouse pointer (cursor) over an object and hold it there. Pronounced "huh-ver." See mouse over.

(2) (Hover!) A video game from Microsoft that came with Windows 95. Hover has been available for subsequent versions of Windows.

hover

A flight by a helicopter in which no movement relative to the ground takes place. The helicopter may in fact have some velocity to counter the effect of the wind.
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All you need to do is hover your mouse over the wrong link.
Hummingbirds are extremely skilled at "floating," being able to hover for long periods of time without stalling.
Washington, June 21 ( ANI ): Social networking giant Facebook has now introduced a new feature that will show friends' Timeline profile picture and cover photo when you hover over his/her name.
Dollar hovers below 91 yen line in early Tokyo deals
As though the nights here hover, as though to cover other nights behind
As envisioned by Ed Lu and Stan Love of NASA'S Johnson Space Center in Houston, the gravitational tractor would hover some tens of meters from a spinning asteroid.
Jonathan Hovers, director of Hovers Swarbrick, said: 'Any changes will be relatively seamless as far as our clients are concerned.
In a Class "A & B" office market comprising over 900 buildings totaling over 90 million SF, both Fairfield and Westchester counties have maintained a combined vacancy rate over the last 12-month peiod (including sublease space) that has not deviated by more than approximately 1 percent, while the total available space between the two counties hovers at approximately 12 million SF.
It can carry up to 225lb, hovers at three inches above the ground, comes with two steering rudders, and can zoom along at an impressive 30mph.
Over the smooth glass hovers an irregular box painted a striking shade of blue - or rather perhaps pale indigo: a daring move in the area, but one that certainly attracts attention without being strident.
Its Achilles' heel is sodium, which hovers around the 1,200 milligram mark, and in one case -- Shrimp and Cashews -- hits 2,000 mg!