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the right of way of the public over a river to use it as a highway.

NAVIGATION. The act of traversing the sea, rivers or lakes, in ships or other vessels; the art of ascertaining the geographical position of a ship, and directing her course.
     2. It is not within the plan of this work to copy the acts of congress relating to navigation, or even an abstract of them. The reader is referred to Story's L. U. S. Index, h.t.; Gordon's Dic. art. 2905, et seq.

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One enthusiastic Tesla owner described Navigate on Autopilot as a subtle improvement, but one more actively and aggressively engaged in the core aspects of driving.
Our team consistently reviews data from instances when drivers took over while the feature has been in use, and has found that when used properly both versions of Navigate on Autopilot offer comparable levels of safety.
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Additionally, all vehicles are equipped with 360-degree obstacle detection to safely navigate by avoiding other vehicles and pedestrians.
In addition, BMW Group has selected the ThingWorx Navigate role-based solution for fast and easy ecosystem access to product data.
But what, when the drones have to navigate autonomously at low altitude among tall buildings or in the dense, unstructured city streets with cars, cyclists or pedestrians suddenly crossing their way?
Catherine Finger:The phrase we use to capture what we did in our district is very simple: "Every student, everyday." Over the years, NaviGate Prepared became one of the arrows in our arsenal around school safety, and it has made a difference in our district.
All this and more is chronicled in "The Return on Leadership: A Three Step Plan to Navigate Change and Unlock Hidden Growth".
The development program for Xhance included five clinical trials evaluating over 1,500 adult patients, including two randomised, double-blinded, placebo-controlled Phase 3 pivotal trials in adults with nasal polyps (NAVIGATE 1 and NAVIGATE 2) and two open-label Phase 3 clinical trials in adults with chronic sinusitis with and without nasal polyps (Xhance-12 and Xhance-3).
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Outfitted with sensors and onboard computers that help them understand the operating environment, the vehicles navigate dynamically using a map that enables them to plan their own travel paths quickly and efficiently.