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  • noun Plural form of navigator.

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Examples

  • The Snark has had to cull her navigators from the beach, and the navigator on the beach is usually a congenital inefficient -- the sort of man who beats about for a fortnight trying vainly to find an ocean isle and who returns with his schooner to report the island sunk with all on board, the sort of man whose temper or thirst for strong waters works him out of billets faster than he can work into them.

    Chapter 14

  • The Snark has had to cull her navigators from the beach, and the navigator on the beach is usually a congenital inefficient -- the sort of man who beats about for a fortnight trying vainly to find an ocean isle and who returns with his schooner to report the island sunk with all on board, the sort of man whose temper or thirst for strong waters works him out of billets faster than he can work into them.

    Chapter 14

  • The Snark has had to cull her navigators from the beach, and the navigator on the beach is usually a congenital inefficient - the sort of man who beats about for a fortnight trying vainly to find an ocean isle and who returns with his schooner to report the island sunk with all on board, the sort of man whose temper or thirst for strong waters works him out of billets faster than he can work into them.

    The Amateur Navigator

  • I have occasionally had the control of from five to six hundred men engaged in engineering operations as builders, masons, etc., and men of the class called navigators in England.

    Popular Education For the use of Parents and Teachers, and for Young Persons of Both Sexes

  • Their navigators are the boldest, their mercantile marine the most powerful, their merchants the most enterprising in the world.

    The Rise of the Dutch Republic — Complete (1555-66)

  • Their navigators are the boldest, their mercantile marine the most powerful, their merchants the most enterprising in the world.

    PG Edition of Netherlands series — Complete

  • Their navigators are the boldest, their mercantile marine the most powerful, their merchants the most enterprising in the world.

    The Rise of the Dutch Republic — Volume 02: Introduction II

  • Their navigators are the boldest, their mercantile marine the most powerful, their merchants the most enterprising in the world.

    The Rise of the Dutch Republic — Complete (1555-84)

  • •A wide range of "navigators" -- including insurance agents, advocates and people from health clinics, ethnic organizations and faith-based groups -- would help those who need assistance shopping for insurance.

    www.startribune.com

  • Garmin has announced eight new models in the nuvi 1200 and nuvi 1300 series, described as navigators with an "ultra-thin" design for use in and out of the car.

    Pocket-lint.com

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