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SINS

[ sinz ]
/ sɪnz /
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noun
a gyroscopic device indicating the exact speed and position of a vessel, as indicated by differences in positions over a given period on a given course, as well as the direction of true north.
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Origin of SINS

s(hip's)i(nertial)n(avigation)s(ystem)
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