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How to use navigator in a sentence
My findings suggest that children who are allowed to roam by themselves farther away from their homes are likely to become better, more confident navigators as adults than children who are more restricted.Kids Set Free To Roam On Their Own Feel More Confident Navigating In Adulthood | LGBTQ-Editor | July 29, 2021 | No Straight News
They dubbed the new species Pseudoliparis swirei, a tribute to Herbert Swire, the 19th-century biologist and navigator who helped discover the trench.The Evolutionary Wonders in the Deep Sea - Issue 102: Hidden Truths | Annie Roth | June 30, 2021 | Nautilus
The administration, however, did not initially provide extra money to community groups that serve as enrollment coaches, known as navigators.More than 200,000 Americans sign up for ACA health plans during special enrollment period | Amy Goldstein | March 3, 2021 | Washington Post
The leader of a large navigator in Florida said this week that the group’s volume of calls since the marketplaces reopened was running similar to that of late last year.More than 200,000 Americans sign up for ACA health plans during special enrollment period | Amy Goldstein | March 3, 2021 | Washington Post
Ancient Polynesians, who were expert navigators, may have traveled to South America, bringing new DNA with them on a return trip home.These science claims from 2020 could be big news if confirmed | Cassie Martin | December 23, 2020 | Science News
For instance, it earned zero stars out of a potential four from the rating organization Charity navigator.Exclusive: ‘Pro-Troop’ Charity Pays Off Tea Party Cronies Instead | Kim Barker | August 5, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Even so, the Money navigator flap was a minor blip compared to the storm Orman ignited in January 2012.
But my favorite story linked—inevitably—the navigator program to ACORN.What’s Really Obstructing Obamacare? GOP Resisters | Michael Tomasky | November 2, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
When he realized this wasn't going to happen, he pulled out of BSA and Troop 103 became navigator Chapter 1.Disgusted by the Boy Scouts? Here’s an Alternative | Ilana Glazer | April 17, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Turns out, just like the rest of us, Lincoln was a cautious navigator of the social norms of the day.
The French navigator, De Pages, passed the 81st degree of north latitude, in an attempt to reach the pole.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
Champlain became a navigator early in life, and was also a quartermaster in the royal army in Brittany, from 1592 to 1598.
Martin Frobisher, the English navigator, sailed on his second voyage for the discovery of a north-west passage to India.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
The paddle of that most unskilful navigator, Sweeny, snapped in two, and the broad blade of it was instantly out of reach.Overland | John William De Forest
The sailors of the Channel are familiar with those indescribable phosphorescences, full of warning for the navigator.Toilers of the Sea | Victor Hugo
British Dictionary definitions for navigator
a person who is skilled in or performs navigation, esp on a ship or aircraft
(esp formerly) a person who explores by ship
an instrument or device for assisting a pilot to navigate an aircraft
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