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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of pilot.

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Examples

  • A year and a half ago, they were part of a 10-day vigil outside the base in Indian Springs, Nev. (about 35 miles from Las Vegas), protesting the Predator and Reaper drone flights over Afghanistan and Pakistan that are remotely piloted from the base.

    Robert Koehler: Drone Warfare on Trial

  • Not far from the Wright exhibit at the Air and Space Museum, you can find an exhibit featuring five different drones - the Air Force prefers the term remotely piloted aircraft.

    News

  • They want the idea piloted before it is implemented nationwide and say they will disrupt the timetable by introducing amendments to legislation.

    BBC News - Home

  • Tuesday and then "piloted" through the provincial legislature.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It had been announced by an imaginative journalist that H.R.H. was to be "piloted" during his tour by John Camel Heenan, otherwise the "Benicia Boy."

    The Magnificent Montez From Courtesan to Convert

  • They are "piloted" back home by young people reared on video games.

    National Catholic Reporter

  • "piloted" by computer operators in Nevada and Arizona.

    Afghanistan Is Another Afghanistan

  • It has been "piloted" by then Daimler-Benz, under a German Government-sponsored research project, being used to SUCCESSFULLY OPERATE AN ENTIRE FLEET OF CITY BUSES IN FRANKFORT, GERMANY FOR A PERIOD OF A YEAR, WAY BACK IN 1979-'80!!

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • It has all been "piloted" by then Daimler-Benz, under a German Government-sponsored research project, being used to SUCCESSFULLY OPERATE AN ENTIRE FLEET OF CITY BUSES IN FRANKFORT, GERMANY FOR A PERIOD OF A YEAR, WAY BACK IN 1979-'80!!

    Propeller Most Popular Stories

  • "piloted" via satellite out of Hancock on the outskirts of Syracuse.

    Palestine Chronicle - Headlines

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