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- adj. Pertaining to navigation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. of or pertaining to navigation; used in navigation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to navigation; used in navigation.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. of or relating to navigation
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WordPress makes that easy as most of the WordPress Themes come with built-in navigational aids.
He told the press agency: "These connections will not be available in the summer due to an increase in Polish navigational fairs introduced in 2008.
This "navigational" argument went nowhere with the history committee.
It is analogous to the simulation of swarms of insects, birds, or fish, in which we attribute very basic "navigational" rules to the individual organisms, and then run forward the behavior of the group as the compound of the interactive decisions made by the individuals.
On the immediate horizon are responsive computational devices that mimic a social other, such as navigational devices in cars that speak with a human voice.
And it was not a computer that was going to be instrumental or be used for any kind of navigational issues, on the shuttle or on the International Space Station.
That was a good thought in case of any in flight problems, such as navigational, mechanical, or outside visibility degradation due to weather.
This "navigational" argument went nowhere with the panel.
They're using song lines as a kind of navigational aid, but at the same time there's this spiritual connection to place.
As probably most of you know, "navigational" means browsing through folders in the same window, just like it works in Windows 2000 / XP or in Konqueror.