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1. I still had to navigate.
2. Navigate to the Advanced tab.
3. Navigate Within and Among Apps.
4. I still had to navigate.
5. I’ll just navigate between them.
6. It was hard to navigate these streets.
7. Raya sat up front with me to navigate me.

8. There was no sun or stars to navigate by.
9. Had to navigate the waves of protestors to.
10. He never had learned to navigate this place.
11. We have a proven map with which to navigate.
12. Rob brought the laptop with them to navigate.
13. The stars provided ample light to navigate by.
14. The forest will help you navigate a safe path.
15. We had to navigate over piles of giant boulders.
16. I quickly learned how to navigate the internet.
17. Beyond that point it was impossible to navigate.
18. D) Swim with Sharks but Navigate in the Waters:.
19. Apparently the Surface Web was easier to navigate.
20. We cannot see to navigate with the fish all around.
21. In that app, navigate to where you can see the item.
22. I’ll navigate, then, Henry replied helpfully.
23. We know how to navigate the waters of estate planning.
24. He has been known to pilot, to navigate, and to bomb.
25. MP3 player, and navigate through a computer and a web.
26. Papa and Larry helped me start to navigate towards Tans.
27. It suggests ways in which we may navigate and explore.
28. I’d begun to navigate with one eye by turning my head.
29. Visitors usually don’t have the patience to navigate.
30. But still it will help you to navigate through loads of.
31. So you take the helm, Will, while I navigate us in to a.
32. I knew the way it felt to navigate it one step at a time.
33. And it's easier to navigate and figure out than Aweber (my.
34. Start the web server and use a web browser to navigate to it.
35. I found the tiny print to be incredibly difficult to navigate.
36. When my legs decline to function and I've stairs to navigate.
37. If they were knocked out, planes and ships could not navigate.
38. Its prettier and more beautiful, and looks easier to navigate.
39. But how long would it take to navigate under the Ice Bank to the.
40. Navigate in Safari to an article you want to read and then tap it.
41. This has caused most humans to think that it is best to navigate.
42. You can navigate among these screens by swiping to the left or right.
43. After two sols wandering the desert, I found something to navigate by.
44. We navigate on the morrow into harbor, where settlement will be in view.
45. To find current trends in Twitter all you have to do is navigate to the.
46. They used their speed to navigate quickly through the length of the road.
47. Please help our lich-troll Sentinel navigate us through the moors and fog.
48. Navigate to the folder that contains any music not automatically picked up.
49. Everyone has a different way in which they perceive the world and navigate.
50. Well, at least it allows you to navigate the information super traffic jam.
51. Navigate to the Location tab, select Move and browse to the new location 3.
52. A visitor can quickly familiarize themselves with the website and navigate.
53. It takes a mind like Claude’s to navigate the complexities of the business.
54. You need a plan when you invest and you need to use it to navigate the markets.
55. It turns and charges, but there are too many trees for it to navigate through.
56. However, one is easier to use while the other requires more effort to navigate.
57. Now it's time to navigate to your website to start with the installation process.
58. Here are the most common affiliate marketing terms to help you navigate through.
59. I am holding on to that promise as I navigate the changing tides of my existence.
60. Dwayne fully intended to navigate this confrontation and not let Marcus cave in.
61. Tomorrow, I’ll have the Lighthouse to navigate by, and Hamelin crater later on.
62. Usually he drove in the early morning, as soon as it was light enough to navigate.
63. The easiest way to install WP is to login to your cPanel account, navigate to the.
64. I knew the trails through the forest, but in the dark it was very hard to navigate.
65. As long as the way wasn't blocked by cars, I should be able to navigate the highway.
66. The R&L sheet is there to help you navigate difficult decisions in times of emotion.
67. But even though we had a lot to contend with trying to navigate the town of Fremont.
68. The road before them had scraps of machines they had to navigate through, but not many.
69. As it came over her phone, she logged it down in her Phone and pressed the Navigate to.
70. We spent a day trying to navigate those tunnels and escape the caves without being seen.
71. Boroszki could navigate this coast using only an old chart, a compass and his instincts.
72. We’ll be better able to navigate by it, and thus be more likely to get where we’re.
73. There seemed no pattern to these disappearances, no path through which he could navigate.
74. The commodity waters can be perilous at times, and knowing how to navigate them is crucial.
75. I don’t know what means he is using to navigate, but he seems to know where he is going.
76. Brian grabbed his water glass with one shaky hand, barely able to navigate it to his mouth.
77. All of these relationships are connections that we, you and I, must navigate and integrate.
78. Investors who are able to identify and navigate these trends are going to do extremely well.
79. It was still dark, but the hunter didn"t need light to navigate the misty river; he"d done it.
80. Adds links to navigate to the next and previous posts when editing a post in the WordPress admin.
81. Veronique managed to navigate through the crowd and into her mother’s arms, joined by her father.
82. Not only are roads easier to navigate without snow and ice, making driving easier, but school is out.
83. It’s the way we navigate—must navigate our way through life, because everyone has their own path.
84. At this stage, it is difficult to navigate to a specific string because we can not see it or take the.
85. Yellowstone Park has indeed a waterfall even more majestic in sight, but nobody can navigate under it.
86. There was another channel ahead of us, but I figured we’d navigate that same as we had the first one.
87. While I'm driving, I think how difficult it must be to navigate in a landscape with hardly any features.
88. None of those Anduains had the experience or know-how to successfully navigate the caverns this far down.
89. Ships traveling from the Atlantic Ocean to the Twin Ports can navigate the 2340 miles in one week or less.
90. Only in this way will you be wise enough to navigate the obstacles and pitfalls that line the road ahead.
91. Perhaps that was what lent her the calm acceptance to navigate through this night’s screaming madness?
92. His eyes were unfocussed as he tried to navigate the raging mental conversation with the other changelings.
93. Math was part of their daily lives since they used it to help navigate the ships and manage the cargo loads.
94. To reach that goal, Imorbis had plans within plans; a maze of possibilities that only Imorbis could navigate.
95. Sitemap – Sitemaps can be used to help give search engines a secondary route to navigate through your site.
96. To get his golf equipment shop listed within this directory, Freddie should simply navigate to the category.
97. He stared ahead, waiting to navigate the impending storm of clashing steel, fiery spells, and spilling blood.
98. That was too friggin’ close, Tim Tom said squinting his eyes in an effort to navigate for his partner.
99. The wall top was too cluttered to navigate mounted so I leaped off Relentless leaving him to find his own way.
100. To navigate this treacherous sector, investors must avoid those stocks in the bottom quintile; they are toxic.
1. It was navigating at random.
2. While navigating the site, the.
3. Thus, when navigating a complex.
4. It has to do with navigating the tax code.
5. Navigating the research publication process.
6. I am thus navigating on visual at this time.
7. Below are pointers for navigating this phase.
8. The ocean as the universe that we are navigating.
9. Flow is a state that we can achieve by navigating a course.
10. Sam, the star by which he was navigating, offered no direction.
11. Navigating the tunnels, they continued to follow the northerly.
12. Equally, it is important that users navigating around your site.
13. But taking it slowly I soon got use to navigating about my face.
14. However, we do have one navigating tool, like a rudder on the seas.
15. It was on this oceanic river that the Nautilus was then navigating.
16. He shook his head to get back to reality and concentrate on navigating.
17. The question really is how you are managing and navigating your career.
18. Ethan, Hooper with be working on the security system and navigating.
19. He departed her bedside, navigating the same route he had used to approach.
20. It was an enjoyable and impressive way of navigating that did indeed recall the.
21. Fritz would lock into – he’d be the one operating and navigating unfortunately.
22. It is not necessary that the persons navigating an American vessel should have them.
23. At the same time, you can't simply risk navigating through these waters on your own.
24. There are other times when navigating certain business obstacles will require a slow.
25. If not for Ameana, navigating the fireball away from him, he would have been set ablaze.
26. I was navigating two meters beneath the surface of the water when the collision occurred.
27. During this navigating in the midst of the ice, Captain Nemo often stayed on the platform.
28. The dog was their only method of navigating this Godforsaken maze of rooms and corridors.
29. Navigating streets named using sequential numbers and letters in alphabetical order is easy.
30. It is capable of flying itself, navigating, making its own decisions, and protecting itself.
31. At any time within the navigating centuries mankind might have addressed it with the words:.
32. Gadai ignored him and opened a browser, navigating to Gmail on the village’s satellite link.
33. What is it? Wickland replied nonchalantly as he continued navigating the computer screens.
34. He then gave it the ID of Roidon’s craft and it set about navigating along the trace emissions.
35. Navigating through light and darkness with peace of heart is our spiritual quest, as I see things.
36. What a mess! I couldn't help but yell out loud, while I was navigating the overcrowded place.
37. An offshoot of timing was navigating at sea, although I had no talent for the mathematics behind it.
38. One minute he thought he was navigating the journey, the next he felt like he was locked in the brig.
39. Given the way the Nautilus was navigating, it would have been sheer insanity to think of escaping!.
40. Second, navigating the Sound wasn’t that simple, especially that night when there was limited visibility.
41. The agency's thought tubes continued to tumble quietly in space, navigating their lonely satellite vistas.
42. You are navigating your way across unfamiliar terrain—what’s the most important thing to watch out for?
43. In truth, my ship was attacked by a pirate ship while navigating inside the Main Asteroid Belt a few days ago.
44. Near seven o'clock in the evening, the Nautilus lay half submerged, navigating in the midst of milky white waves.
45. As he turns the corner of the street, he can barely recognise the ruins that he is now navigating his way through.
46. A couple weeks from now we get into some real knots with lots of sandbars, then we'll have to do some navigating.
47. With it, Roger is capable of navigating the Internet with ease and reading the world newspapers that he most likes.
48. Jeff was still navigating disaster control, and Sally was thinking about bridesmaid dresses and names for the baby.
49. M Miss Herron guided the fat horses into the byroad with the manner of a navigating officer on the bridge of a liner.
50. Pleased with his navigating skills and keeping close to the buildings Grailem slowly makes his way to the workshops.
51. We struggled to stay close together and it was hard to chat through sheer volume and navigating around drunken bodies.
52. Navigating the featureless land, I relied on the occasional landmark to ensure we were still going in the right direction.
53. Many fishermen find it hard to locate the best fishing spots and some find navigating in the waters to be really difficult.
54. It was my turn to drive when we got going again, and she did well with navigating as we neared the city and its increased.
55. The Arton ships are gaining more confidence in navigating within the solar system and are constantly Increasing their speed.
56. A faint cry for help was then heard from the starboard side as they were navigating through a thick field of floating debris.
57. What would be the object of a war? Not the right of the soil, not our territorial limits, but the right of navigating the ocean.
58. At one corner of the inn, beside a pool in which a flotilla of ducks was navigating, a badly paved path plunged into the bushes.
59. It must have been a faulty maneuver because this underwater tunnel was obstructed by such blocks and didn't make for easy navigating.
60. I did my best to sail straight hoping that we would find land and a way of navigating about in this strange land beneath the land above.
61. If you are interested in this program and need any help navigating through the process, feel free to e-mail us at [email protected]
62. Its conscious use is extremely hard to master, but subconsciously it is the commonest way of navigating through a not-too-lucid dreamscene.
63. After navigating through the electronic system, he was connected to the switchboard attendant and requested to speak with Angelina Lautrec.
64. Before starting navigating new seas towards Tauranga in the south, it would be fitting to somewhat explore Auckland’s fascinating history.
65. Big brother! Come over here and have a drink with this pretty girl! Callder shouted as he stumbled over furniture while navigating the room.
66. After about five minutes of carefully navigating the tunnel, walking softly and not talking, Sebastian saw an off-shoot of the tunnel to the left.
67. The Nautilus resumed its underwater navigating; but at the moment of our noon sights, the sea was deserted and the ship rose again to its waterline.
68. One of these hours they wasted navigating a warren of one-way streets before she found the address on Rivington where she’d arranged to rent a flat.
69. The paddlewheel boats were traversing the river, barges being pushed by tugs were navigating the center portion of the river to avoid running aground.
70. Two of the men from Jacopo's boat came on board the yacht to assist in navigating it, and he gave orders that she should be steered direct to Marseilles.
71. His shoulders are hunched like he’s hurt his back and his movements are so slow he seems like a sloth navigating its way through the Amazon rainforest.
72. She smiled at him, wondering what she was doing that could hold his attention for so long, and then turned her attention back to the path she was navigating.
73. While Marilyn Monroe was navigating delicate terrain with Natasha Lytess and Johnny Hyde, her mother, Gladys, was involved in her own little romantic escapade.
74. I fancied myself behind a steering wheel when I arrived but quickly realised that I was outclassed and preferred later years to be the crew and do the navigating.
75. Be that as it may, by the next day the Nautilus had left its home port and was navigating well out from any shore, a few meters beneath the waves of the Atlantic.
76. Besides, with the Global Positioning System equipment on the boat, navigating did not involve much more than moving a cursor across the screen to set his course.
77. After successfully navigating the dance floor, he glanced over his shoulder and shook his head, relieved that he had survived what could have been a dangerous trek.
78. Adopt it, and we can no longer yield, at the beck of haughty belligerents, the right of navigating the ocean, that choice inheritance bequeathed to us by our fathers.
79. While they were navigating near the Cuban littoral, Roger thought much about his short stay in that island that in better times was called Pearl of the Antilles.
80. Without further delay he clasped tightly to a second brace and started climbing down the wall of the shaft, his long legs and arms navigating from one brace to the next.
81. The Arab Idrisi, referring to it by the name Gulf of Colzoum, relates that ships perished in large numbers on its sandbanks and that no one risked navigating it by night.
82. In our own case the excellent engines of the Esmeralda could disregard the sluggish flow of the stream, and we made as rapid progress as if we were navigating a stagnant lake.
83. It was like watching a small TV in his head, and he chose that option because he didn’t have the luxury of immersing himself in the virtual matrix while navigating the corridors.
84. I muttered its words to myself as I walked on, navigating the sea of London by the chart concealed in the palm of my hand; for I had vowed to myself not to inquire my way from anyone.
85. Ethan directed them all toward the center of the storm, and when he estimated they were about a mile out, each of the groups broke off, navigating their way to the center of the storm.
86. As was the water, these were a stunning piece of good fortune as, although both men were capable of navigating by the sun and stars, a compass would make the task considerably easier.
87. He checked the readings on the small screen in the console and then engaged the autopilot system which would handle navigating the tiny craft all the way to the Callisto orbital station.
88. What are signs? Probably the first examples of signs that come to mind are the signs we encounter daily when navigating the road to work or when finding our way around an unfamiliar building.
89. She then returned her attention to navigating through the crowded port area, full of units and vehicles waiting to be loaded on the cargo ships and amphibious ships docked to the piers and quays of Pusan Harbor.
90. Her lecture in Dar-es-Salaam marked yet another shift in her political views over a long and distinguished career made up of executing sharp turns in successfully navigating the Cold War’s political minefields.
91. We just take for granted that we want to go somewhere or ask for directions and y'all just answer so easily, we forget that navigating the stars isn't like remembering how to get to our favorite restaurant or something.
92. I however have found that a wholesome life combined with understanding leads to a calm inner strength which is far more effective in navigating and steering these phenomena than what can be achieved by ineptly interacting with them.
93. Navigating the nine-inch-wide bomb bay catwalk could be difficult, especially in turbulence; one slip and you’d tumble into the bay, which was fitted with fragile aluminum doors that would tear away with the weight of a falling man.
94. The night was excessively dark—the darkest I remember in my life; so that I began to think that the arrival of the transport from Esmeralda could not possibly take place before daylight, owing to the difficulty of navigating the gulf.
95. At one moment navigating on mystical terrain, at another on the philosophical level, they are impossible to pin down, never on the same wavelength as a reader free of prejudices or conviction and determined on a real reading of the text.
96. It is their opinion that astronomical observations are highly useful to a navigating and commercial people, already eminent for their progress in science and the arts, and who are laboring for the completion of their national dignity and splendor.
97. When the ships of that bold investigator arrived in the Sargasso Sea, they had great difficulty navigating in the midst of these weeds, which, much to their crews' dismay, slowed them down to a halt; and they wasted three long weeks crossing this sector.
98. On recollection it seemed to Ursempyre that the Patriarch was somehow swinging this whole affair, precariously navigating between duplicity and lawfulness, trying to rewrite the Law and everything it had stood for since the very founding of the Territories.
99. What has been her conduct since we acquired Louisiana? If I am correctly informed, our deserters and slaves who have taken refuge in Florida, in many instances have not been surrendered, and enormous duties have been imposed on our vessels navigating the Mobile.
100. Dragging himself ashore on the Japanese-occupied Bataan Peninsula, he had begun a run for China, hiking through jungles and over mountains, navigating the coast in boats donated by sympathetic Filipinos, hitching rides on burros, and surviving in part by eating ants.
1. Sea, where the Greeks navigated.
2. By the time he'd navigated through the.
3. She navigated the obstacles with experience.
4. He navigated safely to the hallway to the bedrooms.
5. They had to be created before they could be navigated.
6. Thomas navigated the labyrinth of bodies looking for Cheryl.
7. Star steadied it, as they navigated down the concrete stairs.
8. Are you trying to tell me that a ship navigated from New St.
9. Amaranthe slid over the ledge and navigated a cautious descent.
10. They navigated through the crowd once more, this time moving in the.
11. She turned toward the window as they navigated the largely empty roads.
12. Alex navigated through the main city station as he did every afternoon.
13. I navigated back to the blog, checking to see if I had missed something.
14. Janie navigated our trip it was our intention to spend as little of our.
15. Gathering speed little by little, the ship navigated on the surface of.
16. Naturally, the day the cruiser navigated its waters it did rain copiously.
17. They watched as he carefully navigated across the room, clutching his tray of drinks.
18. He smoothly navigated the labyrinthine corridors and stopped at the mirror Emily had.
19. Behind Lezura and the rest of the officers followed him as he navigated the corridors.
20. This is powerful! he exclaimed as he navigated the ocean of computer data he had.
21. She navigated through a few submenus until she found the song that she was looking for.
22. During this part of our voyage, we navigated on the surface of the waves for entire days.
23. He picked it up and quickly navigated through its menu to see what it was trying to tell him.
24. The drive to work only took thirty minutes and his mind drifted as he navigated the quiet roads.
25. Ethan wiped his forehead and asked Nicole, while she navigated through the thick, swampy bushes:.
26. She went to work on the problem as she navigated the series of space folds to get her back to Earth.
27. The name came from when Captain James Cook navigated and mapped the east coast of Australia in 1770.
28. She brought up the NASA intranet and navigated through the site to the specifics of the Ares missions.
29. He stopped at one point in his recitation to announce that Amundson had navigated the elusive Passage.
30. How bad are our wounded? Aazuria asked briskly as the three girls navigated the warmly lit caves.
31. Baba drove the bus, sipping hot tea from the thermos, and I Khaled Hosseini The Kite Runner navigated.
32. They were familiar with the stars and had their own names for them, but they had never navigated by them.
33. Galley: A low flat-built vessel, with one deck, and navigated with sails and oars; used in the Mediterranean.
34. Getting lost in SAP COIN had dire consequences as we navigated to water points and I learned a valuable lesson.
35. Joey you are a very troublesome boy, said Lezura bitterly as she navigated between a signpost and a woman.
36. The difficult terrain of the ramp was unexpected, but it looked no worse than other terrain he routinely navigated.
37. I navigated the steps to Mother’s, placing the empty bottles in the trash, and the two pieces of cake on the counter.
38. She moved past Muffin Face, navigated through a herd of children, and nearly tripped over an aged woman draped in a shawl.
39. What’s going on with her? Truman asked from behind the bar when Beth had navigated them safely to the top of the stairs.
40. Brett monitored the systems as he carefully navigated the course at the ludicrously slow speed of one-hundred-fifty miles per hour.
41. We navigated the outskirts of Geneva without getting too lost, although we almost took a wrong turn and ended up in the city itself.
42. The road started to rise steeply, and now it was rock covered with big protruding stones, that Asia navigated carefully, at a crawl.
43. All parties have found that the national vessel could not be navigated without sails, rigging, and every thing necessary and proper.
44. Silent throughout the exchange, Solo Ki slowly navigated the outskirts of the class, heading toward where Alec was last seen toppling over.
45. Never taking her eyes off her phone, she deftly navigated around the edge of the room, avoiding people and chairs, and sat in her usual spot.
46. Following the course charted for him Torren navigated the vessel in and around the sharp rocks that projected up from the sea floor everywhere.
47. Her warm body became his only concentration; with her slippery tongue in his mouth, he navigated his quivering hands to the middle of her back.
48. At first he did not regret it, for the river was high at that time of year and the boat navigated without any difficulty for the first two nights.
49. The continents traveled, the languages mastered, the standardized tests prepared for and taken, and the cultures navigated are amazing even to me.
50. Now of these two, the Pruth is the more easily navigated, but the Sereth is, at Fundu, joined by the Bistritza which runs up round the Borgo Pass.
51. Harry rose and walked back through the corridors they had navigated upon their arrival, to emerge into the fresh air at the doors of the Main Building.
52. The smoke was not as thick but the corridor was dark, so stretching both my arms out in front of me I navigated my way down the two flights of stairs.
53. Now, in many cases, that same waterway would be much more difficult to traverse if there was no device in place to make the waterway more easily navigated.
54. He navigated out of the bedroom and climbed a second, narrower staircase to the attic and Cross’s home office, which was depicted with near-photorealism.
55. She quickly navigated through the castle, ignoring and vaulting over the bodies of the guards with which Atargatis had, true to her word, painted the walls.
56. Nadhir sang out commands relayed from Isabel to the other ships that sang back receipt of the order as he navigated the ships toward the Shumkarja Outlands.
57. After stopping at the marketplace to pick up a few various food items, as well as a couple of bottles of spiced wine, she briskly navigated the stone streets.
58. Taking the lead, McDonnel navigated his way as quietly as he could through the small wood sandwiched between the rail line and the small town of Maximiliansau.
59. And now I knew where Captain Nemo had delivered those millions, when the Nautilus navigated the waters where Crete was in rebellion against the Ottoman Empire!.
60. On the eighth day, the boat navigated with great difficulty through a turbulent strait squeezed between marble cliffs, and after lunch it anchored in Puerto Nare.
61. It is a notorious fact that the transatlantic steamships are not navigated with due regard to safety; that they steam at practically full speed in the densest fogs.
62. The door slammed shut, the engine started, the headlights went on, and she expertly navigated the tricky backing-up maneuver out of my driveway and onto the highway.
63. She got rid of the image and pretended to tap in the password before handing the phone back to Helen, then watched in amazement as her mother navigated the software.
64. The jeeps navigated their way through them with wild twists and turns that made anyone of them seem ready to career over at any time; especially the one with the Jagger.
65. Hunter leant closer to the windscreen, concentrating on keeping up a decent speed in the old Fiesta as he navigated amongst the cars that had been abandoned by their owners.
66. Looking back, I can see this as the time where I was becoming just one more Washington politician with a mental health or substance use problem that needed to be navigated.
67. Graisco navigated them to the country store that was all dark except for a single lantern, which looked like it had originally been gas but converted to electricity, beside the door.
68. Sailing on a ship that navigated northwest, a two day journey that weekly ferried folks to and from Neapolis, a town just south of Philippi, I was again feeling at home in my element.
69. As Wickland navigated through the resort’s website, he was once again surprised that a man of Spalding’s modest means was financially able to afford such an obviously luxurious vacation.
70. In the previous days, I’d been charged by a Texas longhorn bull, torn and bruised by falls and mishaps, and had navigated my way down a remote road past a mountain that was soon to be blown up.
71. I could see that both Silpitocle and Delco were apprehensive about being out of sight of land, but I reassured them that our ships did not need to be in sight of land, since they navigated by the stars.
72. Then he looked through the windows at the complete circle of the quadrant on the mariner’s compass, the clear horizon, the December sky without a single cloud, the waters that could be navigated forever, and he said:.
73. On December 25 the Nautilus navigated amid the island group of the New Hebrides, which the Portuguese seafarer Queirós discovered in 1606, which Commander Bougainville explored in 1768, and to which Captain Cook gave its current name in 1773.
74. Milnor presented a memorial of the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the Abolition of Slavery, complaining that American vessels, navigated by American citizens, are engaged in the African slave trade, under the flags of foreign nations, and praying that Congress will take this subject into consideration, and pass such laws as will remedy the evil of which they complain.
75. Almost all the ships too, that sail between Europe and China, touch at Batavia; and it is, over and above all this, the centre and principal mart of what is called the country trade of the East Indies; not only of that part of it which is carried on by Europeans, but of that which is carried on by the native Indians; and vessels navigated by the inhabitants of China and Japan, of Tonquin, Malacca, Cochin-China, and the island of Celebes, are frequently to be seen in its port.
76. I had not yet discovered the mysteries of love, nor traveled to the distant lands of Egypt with its fascinating pyramids and its enigmatic mummies, nor walked by the powerful ruins of Machu Picchu, nor seen the portentous skies of Bogota, nor navigated through the narrow gorges of Venice, or visited the giant cathedrals in Madrid or the glimmering white towers of the Taj Mahal, nor the sumptuous waterfall Angel Fall, nor perceived the subtle aroma of the Dutch tulips, nor tasted a faint taste of the Swiss delicacies, nor the French pastries, nor the Mexican toasts.
1. But unless the Nautilus navigates on dry land and crosses over.
2. He wipes the screen with his sleeve and navigates with deft fingers to our mother’s first journal entry.
3. With identities grounded securely upon who-they-are-in-Christ, mobilize a movement that navigates students above and beyond any segregated ministry structures.
4. A strategic interventionist navigates a variety of scenarios ranging from individual problems to those of the family, the peer group, the organization, and the larger social system.
5. If the liberty of American citizens is to be subject to the will, not of the English Government, but what is infinitely worse, of every petty officer that navigates a British ship, it is in vain that we boast of freedom; we do not possess it; and only let the British Government understand you distinctly on this point, and you need talk no more of American commerce.

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