change course

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Verb1.change course - shift from one side of the ship to the other; "The sail jibbed wildly"
sail - travel on water propelled by wind; "I love sailing, especially on the open sea"; "the ship sails on"
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We had to change course when I came in because what the Dragons were doing was not working.
The plane was returning to Sharjah airport but one of the passengers said the plane would explode thus forcing pilots to change course towards Al-Minhad Airbase, WAM added.
That's why I've come to the view that if he doesn't change course it's just not on, the idea that Russia will host the World Cup in 2018.
The Driving for Change course is also an alternative to prosecution for a variety of motoring offences.
Change course now Mr Osborne, for your sake and ours.
THE officer in charge of a ferry that hit a fishing boat, killing a crewman, was twice warned to change course before the collision.
Summary: Israeli warships on Tuesday intercepted a Jewish activist boat trying to reach Gaza Strip after it refused to heed calls to change course
JERUSALEM: The Israeli navy has given a Gaza-bound Libyan aid ship until midnight Tuesday to change course for Egypt, an activist on board told AFP, with the military confirming it was preparing to stop the vessel.
The Israeli navy warned the vessel on Tuesday to change course, and said it had "begun preparations for stopping the ship".
Funded by a National Science Foundation Geosciences Award, the Tribal College Climate Change Course Series helps students and faculty at small, often remote tribal colleges gain entree to science courses to which they might not otherwise have access, according to Katherine Mitchell, director of STEM Initiatives at AIHEC.
And over the next month he's leading a series of climate change course at Plas Tan y Bwlch, Maentwrog.
October 1 is a landmark date for Syria to decide whether or not it wants to continue with its current alliance with Iran because after this date it will be very difficult for Damascus to change course, columnist Nassir Assaad said Wednesday in the Hariri-owned daily AL MUSTAQBAL.