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  • verb Present participle of hail.

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Examples

  • This requires what he calls a "hailing technique" and involves positioning oneself a block upstream of the last desperate hailer.

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  • This requires what he calls a "hailing technique" and involves positioning oneself a block upstream of the last desperate hailer.

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  • They were followed by Eel-Eater, a trio also hailing from the CD.

    Last Night « PubliCola

  • On being over 60: All through my sixties I felt I was still within hailing distance of middle age, not safe on its shores, perhaps, but navigating its coastal waters.

    2009 July 29 « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • George Washington was careful to make appointments “with no two justices serving at the same time hailing from the same state”.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » A New York Court?

  • Oh, and do keep in mind that the order's founder is a vampire hailing from the Tzmisce sect, and, in earlier times, she was known as Countess Báthory Erzsébet, and La bête du Gévaudan, and Jack the Ripper?

    Howard Hughes Vs. the Slavering Idiots from Planet Duh

  • As for knitting, the Griswold stole is within hailing distance of the half-way point, where I start again from the other end.

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  • On being over 60: All through my sixties I felt I was still within hailing distance of middle age, not safe on its shores, perhaps, but navigating its coastal waters.

    2009 July « One-Minute Book Reviews

  • Have your doubts about an obscure manga from Japan hailing from a half-century ago?

    MIND MELD: The Forgotten Books of SF/F/H

  • As for knitting, the Griswold stole is within hailing distance of the half-way point, where I start again from the other end.

    Jean's Knitting

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