Definition of Pilotings

1. piloting [n] - See also: piloting



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pilotings

pilot program
pilot project
pilot projects
pilot scale
pilot whale
pilot whales
pilotage
pilotages
piloted
pilotfish
pilotfishes
pilothouse
pilothouses
piloti
piloting
pilotings (current term)
pilotis
pilotless
pilotless aircraft
pilotman
pilotmen
pilots
pilous
pilow
pilows
pilpul
pilsener
pilseners
pilsenite
pilsner

Literary usage of Pilotings

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1. Dictionary of the Apostolic Church by James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, John Chisholm Lambert (1915)
"... literally ' pilotings '), divers kinds of tongues ' ; this is a classification of charisms in order of spiritual rank and dignity. ..."

2. Publications of the Navy Records Society by Navy Records Society (Great Britain) (1895)
"... orders respecting half-pay, tables of wages and rates for pilotings, a general state of the navy from 1688 to 1698, prices of slop-clothes established ..."

3. The cruise of the Midge by Michael Scott (1842)
"Pilot, indeed — mind you don't evaporate in one of your pilotings, and then what shall I say to your friends, Master Benjamin ?" " Why, my good boy, ..."

4. Sessional Papersby Canada Parliament by Canada Parliament (1901)
"22 05 Шоп, EA, W'hite Horse, pilotingS scows through the White Horse Rapids at $30 ..... ! 9000 l)igc, HW, meals at Skagway, -"0 at 50c . ..."

5. Swedish Catalogue ...: International Exhibition, 1876. Philadelphia by Elis Sidenbladh (1876)
"... Kr. for 55697 pilotings effected. The accounts about light-houses are but scanty until 1652, when the supervision over the lights was entrusted to a ..."

6. The Church and the Ministry in the Early Centuries: The Eighteenth Series of by Thomas Martin Lindsay (1903)
"... by speaking the word of God, and those which fit thorn for serving the community in many practical ways. Two of these practical gifts, " pilotings ..."

7. Gnomon of the New Testament: Pointing Out, from the Natural Force of the by Johann Albrecht Bengel (1864)
"Helps, governments—Literally pilotings. They hold governments, who take the helm in the church. Helps are those who, though not governors, yet exercise a ..."

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