Make no mistake about it; money is a strong influence in the navigation of our justice system.
All these airports are in the process of upgrading their navigation aids to future international standards.
He envisions an Asia “where,” as he told the Australian parliament, “commerce and freedom of navigation are not impeded.”
Finally, traveling at speeds of up to 3.6 miles per second makes guidance, navigation, and control tricky problems.
The disciplines being used are drawn from mathematics, navigation, and communication.
At first navigation was beset with the greatest difficulties.
He is a man of great learning, who has read much, and has some knowledge of navigation.
Italy: mail subsidies; construction and navigation bounties.
He had been a steamboat pilot in these waters, and was quite familiar with the navigation.
The position was one of peculiar strength and importance for commanding the navigation of the river.
1530s, from Middle French navigation (14c.) or directly from Latin navigationem (nominative navigatio) "a sailing, navigation, voyage," noun of action from past participle stem of navigare "to sail, sail over, go by sea, steer a ship," from navis "ship" (see naval) + root of agere "to drive" (see act (n.)).