"If we only had someone else who could navigate a ship!" wailed Kai Shang.
The knowledge that he alone could navigate the Cowrie had, up to now, been sufficient assurance of his safety; but quite evidently something had occurred of which he had no knowledge that would make it quite worth the while of his co-conspirators to eliminate him.
"Sir, you may believe me when I tell you that this piece of iron will navigate
neither on nor under the sea again; it is only fit to be sold for its weight.
Although he was utterly unable to stand erect or to navigate
his body across the deck, he still magnanimously proffered his services to pilot the ship to a good and secure anchorage.
"When they arrive in the parking garage they get the blue dot navigation from the moment they get out of their car in the parking garage and it navigates
them to their appointment," said Green.
being the only black scientist in her lab while studying the very disease, HIV, that she hides from her coworkers.
What differentiates her book from other books on this topic is the reader is brought into the life of the author as she navigates
being incarcerated, while reflecting on the enabling behaviors that put her there in the first place.
The system navigates
in a complex, random origin to random destination production environment, connecting islands of automation with automated transport between random production cells.