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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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"Real Walking Increases Simulator Sickness in Navigationally Complex Virtual Environments, " in IEEE Virtual Reality, Louisiana, USA, pp.245-246.
* A re-scheme of port charts and ENCs--In response to emerging demands from port authorities and in recognition that navigationally constrained areas are those that will benefit most from the availability of better larger-scale ENC coverage.
In this Regulation [from Tukhachevskii] it implies a mixture of guiding the tanks navigationally and tactically, reporting their progress back, and probably controlling the fire of their supporting artillery.
Understanding how pedagogy is expressed visually and navigationally in units of learning at runtime helps to identify shortcomings in the way runtime environments have been conceived to date.
And if this means racers sustain vehicle breakdowns, navigationally challenged cab drivers and canceled flights, such real-life pitfalls are just part of the game--something Season 21 racers Mark "Abba" Abbattista and James LoMenzo know all too well.
Hill illustrates how the navigationally challenged Christopher Columbus and his crew sought to conquer, Christianize, and enslave the Tainos to create the first European colony in the Americas, La Navidad.
Information presentation: * Presentation Graphics * Presentation color * Presentation style * Navigationally efficient iv.
This fin is not only important navigationally and reproductively to the fish, but has also been shown to be subject to modification in environments receiving discharges from paper mills and to common androgens under laboratory conditions.
Similarly, scientists who claim that the different spatial skills in men and women are adaptive must explain why women failed to inherit the superior spatial skills of their navigationally enhanced fathers, he said.