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  • Keris shuddered, accidentally sideslipping for a moment, then instantly pushing hard, leveling himself and his rider.

    Father Swarat

  • He felt Kashet sideslipping and losing height quickly; his stomach lurched with the renewed sense of falling, but he knew that this "fall" would not end in blessed blackness, but in captivity, and he howled his anguish.

    Joust

  • "She's a bore, Mater," he said, sideslipping the topic-or trying to.

    The Gates Of Sleep

  • Not even for a new left hand, a keeper, would Wallingford have blinked or looked away from that sideslipping view of the dark-green trees and the suddenly tilted horizon.

    The Fourth Hand

  • The Apaches danced around the laager, sideslipping as the gunners triggered off their missiles.

    The Bear and the Dragon

  • The nuances of hooding and unhooding the crystals, of riding and sideslipping wind currents, and of avoiding downdrafts and lightfalls that could change the mo - mentum and responsiveness of an airship in an instant were not easily mastered.

    Ilse Witch

  • This resistance to sideslipping is known as lateral resistance.

    Sailing Fundamentals

  • It prevents the boat from sideslipping by resisting the lateral force of the wind, and it gives the boat stability.

    Sailing Fundamentals

  • Mom cried, sideslipping past a pipe-smoking psychiatrist in a Mercury Macabre.

    Drowned Hopes

  • The helicopter was sideslipping right at him now, expanding around the inner ring of the sight.

    The Cardinal of the Kremlin

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