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His wife, Amarita by name, stood at the stove, piloting apple turnovers in a pool of fat.
It was easier to acquire those things than piloting, and, on the whole, quicker.
And yet I have spoken of nothing but piloting as a science so far, and I doubt if I ever get beyond that portion of my subject.
He had come from a piloting family himself, and knew the interest that Mark Twain could put into such a series.
Those early piloting chapters, as they appeared in the Atlantic, constituted Mark Twain's best literary exhibit up to that time.
There had been varied changes in twenty-one years; only the old fascination of piloting remained unchanged.
In piloting her through the bedroom door he banged her head against the frame, and Vera gave a howl of rage and pain.
A SHEAF OF CORNMARY E. MANN
The autopilot could not be shut off, it rode along with the manual controls, tempering foolish piloting.
DEATHWORLDHARRY HARRISON
Give a man a tolerably fair memory to start with, and piloting will develop it into a very colossus of capability.
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
Under Ray's consumately skilful piloting, the skids struck the snow with hardly a shock.

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