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Synonyms for careen

pitching dangerously to one side


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walk as if unable to control one's movements

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move sideways or in an unsteady way

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Prior to IATA, Careen built his career in Air Canada and its subsidiary Jazz where his last role was as Air Canada Vice President for Airport, Call Centers and Customer Relations, a position he held from 2013 to 2014.
Careen, who has volunteered with the TA since 2000, said: "I feel quite privileged that they asked me to lay the wreath for them.
Careen Friedland said she has no idea where the story came from.
Careen should convey the idea of swaying or tilting dangerously.
69-75; and Pedro Careen, "Relacion de las Islas Filipinas, Roma, 1604" in Blair and Robertson, The Philippine Islands volume 12, pp.
Although Cannon hadn't planned on a new careen his love for the outdoors, knowledge of forestry, and easygoing personality made him a perfect match for the position.
Careen comes from Latin carina, a ship's keel, and means to sway from side to side.
100 BULLETS has all the elements necessary to translate exceptionally well into video games," said Careen Yapp, vice president of licensing and business development of D3PA.
Careen Berry, who works as a practice nurse, has been a reservist for the past 10 years.
But when this papal commission recommended that the traditional birth-control teaching be modified (not overthrown), this great and good man, in his belief (mistaken, many think) that modifying the birth-control teaching would careen the church down a slippery slope to approval of abortion and euthanasia, declined to accept the advice of his commission.
Silverman has investigated RNase L for most of his careen Last year, he got an unexpected phone call from a group of geneticists who had been tracking down a hereditary prostate cancer gene on chromosome 1 since 1996.
In "Oh Albany, My Love," by Jeb Livingwood, the main characters are a loving gay couple who are squabbling over one person's chosen careen In "Superassassin," by Lysley A.
Costumed by Yasmine Simon--the men in business suits and the women in Courreges-style shifts, white pumps, and the ubiquitous French scarves--the dancers careen like harried white-collar workers hustling to work when not hustling each other.
He rounds them up to wave their arms wildly, like snakes on Medusa's head, and then makes them careen, each landing followed by an eruption that mushrooms dancers up and floats them away.
Using sophisticated computer graphics, state-of-the-art ride technology and programmable motion-based seats, the attraction will roar, spin, crash and careen guests into an action-packed trip through the universe.