(redirected from blown off course)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
In 2011 record numbers of juvenile Manx shearwaters were rescued by inspectors from the surf in Newgale and from gardens in Pembrokeshire after they were blown off course by strong winds.
A SEABIRD blown off course during storms last year has been returned to the sea off the Anglesey coast.
Education Secretary Michael Gove echoed his leader's comments, insisting that the party would not be blown off course by its defeat and would resist backbench calls for a shift to the right on issues like immigration and gay marriage.
BLOWN OFF COURSE The pictures show the microlight being blown towards the mountain, lurching in the final frame as Mr Martin tries to veer clear
The Ocean Course is a mammoth test and, with more than half the holes running along the coast, players will also need a dazzling array of shots to cope when blown off course.
LEWIS HAMILTON is determined to go into the summer break with the wind in his sails after recently seeing his Formula One world title hopes blown off course.
Summary: The United States and Japan are leading a fragile developed world recovery that could be blown off course if Europe fails to contain the damage from its problem debtor states, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, or OECD, said on Tuesday.
ANDY MURRAY is determined his Australian Open chances will not be blown off course by Michael Llodra today after stating his intention to play the third-round clash on his terms.
In doing so, he found that the practice of medicine and our expectation of it have blown off course. While he does not predict the end of the National Health Service or American health care, he contends that neither can continue in their present forms.
IN a break from league action, Colwyn Bay's hopes of making FA Trophy progress were blown off course by a destructive wind at Llanelian Road.
drunken sailors haul the stubborn anchor blown off course she lurches to
The nation's first proposed offshore wind power project, in Nantucket Sound, has been blown off course by one or another interest for nine years.