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"I said at the time that the only reason we took Captain Doane in with us on the deal was because we needed a navigator and because you and me didn't know the first thing about it.
"This D'Urville was one of your great sailors," said the Captain to me, "one of your most intelligent navigators. He is the Captain Cook of you Frenchmen.
They not only popped out at me as tigers and as Romans, but as Shakespeareans, astronomers, and navigators. This was so singularly the case that it had presumably much to do with the fact as to which, at the present day, I am at a loss for a different explanation: I allude to my unnatural composure on the subject of another school for Miles.
Always the same impassible member of the Reform Club, whom no incident could surprise, as unvarying as the ship's chronometers, and seldom having the curiosity even to go upon the deck, he passed through the memorable scenes of the Red Sea with cold indifference; did not care to recognise the historic towns and villages which, along its borders, raised their picturesque outlines against the sky; and betrayed no fear of the dangers of the Arabic Gulf, which the old historians always spoke of with horror, and upon which the ancient navigators never ventured without propitiating the gods by ample sacrifices.
They are no longer the lords of our internal seas, and the great navigators of the wilderness.
In fact, the daylight which had just been admitted to the last compartments had exposed to the soldiers the bark being rolled towards the sea, the two rebels within musket-shot; and one of their discharges would riddle the boat if it did not kill the navigators. Besides, allowing everything, - if the bark escaped with the men on board of it, how could the alarm be suppressed - how could notice to the royal lighters be prevented?
In conjunction with the new gathering system, Navigator plans to expand the capacity of the BSG System by 30,000 bpd to 170,000 bpd.
Freeman Institute defines a patient navigator as a person "who take[s] individual patients through the continuum of health care as it pertains to their specific disease, ensuring that any and all barriers to that care are resolved and that each stage of care is as quick and seamless as possible" [6].
Sony Media Navigator is a scalable and affordable platform for media assets.
For a distinctive, luxury sport utility ride on a large scale, buyers need only to look to the 2015 Lincoln Navigator.
The Project Navigator tool, launched on Wednesday by the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena), provides project developers with the knowledge, tools, case studies and best practices needed to support the successful completion of their projects.
With Wilbur's magic gadget, the Navigator, to guide them, Lucy and Wilbur fly back to fifteenth-century Florence.