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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of navigate.


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  • As Firmin navigates the shadowy streets of his decaying area, looking for understanding, his excitement, loneliness, fear, and self-consciousness become remarkably human and undeniably touching.

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  • ยท Selecting or double-clicking a word navigates to the word's meaning.

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  • And now I think it's going to be interesting to see how Obama kind of navigates Washington, whether he's going to be able to kind of still engage those people that were the original -- you know, the base of the youth vote and -- take those ideas and bring them to Washington and send them through, because I think people -- have high expectations now.

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  • There is basically no structured interface to his device: they just "navigates" in the information, zooming in and out of maps or tilting them or adding graphic elements or redistributing images on the screen just by moving their fingers on them.

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  • Exactly how the Prius name navigates the shift from defining the world's most famous hybrid to it's own sub-brand - "

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  • He knows, for instance, that Petrou - a prominent financial consultant and lecture circuit wise-woman - navigates Washington with a seeing-eye dog.

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  • But while Raylan carefully navigates the briar patch of bad blood that has existed between the Bennetts and the Givenses for generations, he also has to sort out his increasingly complicated sex life.

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  • Truffle Groves is a culinary travel book that navigates the back roads โ€” as well as the menus and markets โ€” of the southwestern region of France with newfound excitement.

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  • The groom may also be called upon to provide balance for the cart as the driver navigates around obstacle.

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  • On the opposite side of the garden is the receiving Fountain of Rome, where an obelisk-masted boat navigates an allegorical Tiber.

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