from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of navigation, navigator.
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Galen takes exception at mutton, but without question he means that rammy mutton, which is in Turkey and Asia Minor, which have those great fleshy tails, of forty-eight pounds weight, as Vertomannus witnesseth, navig. lib.
It includes a Bl uetooth earpiece, which integrates an IR sensor so you can wave it around and pa n around on the phone just by moving the Bluetooth earpiece, a neat way to navig ate the phone's UI.
Complete waste of money, not even an easy name to navig ...
He excufed himfelf on tt pleaof ignorance, faying, that hecutlivated noniv only for the improvecnent of navig but M. \'on Haven viaiiured to reply, ilial two brothers, he who was moft like the ft of the family fhould remain victorious.
Ils intp the Neus at Newbern, is navig. ible for fea veilels about twelve miles above the town, and for boats thirty.
Colignii maris præfecti abuterentur, "etc.Hist. navig. in Brasiliam,
■ ipots near the waters, and convenient for navig-ition to other narts uf the country.