Dive

[TV series] Dive is a two-part British television drama starring Jack O`Connell, Aisling Loftus and Gina McKee. Broadcast on BBC Two in July 2010, the show dealt with the problems of teenage relationships and pregnancy against the backdrop of a young diver`s preparations for the 2012 Summer Olympics. ==Critical Reception== The Independent{`
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Dive

[Steven Curtis Chapman song] `Dive` is a song by Contemporary Christian artist Steven Curtis Chapman, released as the second single from his 1999 album Speechless. ==Charts== ==Critical reception== `Dive` won the Dove Award for Pop/Contemporary Recorded Song of the Year at the 31st GMA Dove Awards. It was also nominated for Song of the Year
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Dive

[river] The Dive is a 75 km long river in France, right tributary of the Thouet. Its source is in the commune Maisonneuve. Its course crosses the departments of Vienne, Deux-Sèvres and Maine-et-Loire. It flows northwards through the towns of Moncontour and Brézé, finally flowing into the Thouet in Saint-Just-sur-Dive. ...
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dive

[n] - a headlong plunge into water 2. [n] - a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft 3. [v] - drop steeply 4. [v] - plunge into water 5. [v] - swim under water
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DIVE

Direct Interface Video Extension [OS/2 Warp]
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Dive

A steep descent with the nose down. A 'Terminal Velocity Dive' is the steepest dive in which the aeroplane accelerates until its drag becomes equal to the thrust of gravity pulling it downwards so that the speed remains constant. The terminal velocity of a World War Two single-seat fighter was around 650 m.p.h.
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Dive

Dive (dīv) intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dived (dīvd), colloq . Dove (dōv), a relic of the Anglo-Saxon strong forms deáf , dofen ; present participle & verbal noun Diving
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Dive

Dive transitive verb 1. To plunge (a person or thing) into water; to dip; to duck. [ Obsolete] Hooker. 2. To explore by diving; to plunge into. [ R.] « The Curtii bravely dived the gulf of fame.» Denham. « He dives the hollow, climbs t
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Dive

Dive noun 1. A plunge headforemost into water, the act of one who dives, literally or figuratively. 2. A place of low resort; a dispreputable bar or nightclub; a dingy hotel; a joint. [ Slang] « The music halls and dives in the lower part of the city.» J. Hawtho
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dive

nose dive noun a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft
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dive

plunge 1 plunk verb drop steeply; `the stock market plunged`
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dive

noun a headlong plunge into water
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Dive

• (v. i.) To plunge into water head foremost; to thrust the body under, or deeply into, water or other fluid. • (v. i.) Fig.: To plunge or to go deeply into any subject, question, business, etc.; to penetrate; to explore. • (v. t.) To explore by diving; to plunge into. • (n.) A place of low resort. • (v. t.) To plunge (a pe
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dive

  1. a cheap disreputable nightclub or dance hall
  2. a headlong plunge into water
  3. a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft

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Dive

Dive is slang for an unpleasant place or a place of low resort; a disreputable bar or nightclub; a dingy hotel; a joint.
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Dive

Dive is slang for an unpleasant place or a place of low resort; a disreputable bar or nightclub; a dingy hotel; a joint.
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Dive

The action of a ball that hooks greatly at the last split second.
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Dive

[Swedish band] Dive was a Swedish band which consisted of Chris Lancelot (a.k.a. Krister Linder) and Erik Holmberg. They released three albums. A fourth album was recorded but not released. Their debut single was also their biggest commercial success; `Captain Nemo` was later covered by Sarah Brightman on her 1993 album Dive. Both members h
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Dive

[Maaya Sakamoto album] ==Track listing== ==Charts== ...
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Dive

[American football] A `dive` (or `plunge`) is a type of play in American football in which the ball carrier (usually a fullback or a halfback) attempts to rush through one of the gaps immediately to the left or right of center, denoted as the A gap. It may be run with or without a lead blocker, though when run with a lead blocker it may be
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Dive

[Sarah Brightman album] Dive is the third studio album by English soprano Sarah Brightman. It is her first album with producer Frank Peterson, and a marked departure from her previous operatic works. Its unifying theme is water and the ocean. The song `Captain Nemo` is a cover of the 1990 Dive single. `Johnny Wanna Live` is a cover of the 1
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Dive

[Belgian band] Dive is a Belgian electronic dance music project formed in 1990 by Dirk Ivens (Absolute Body Control, Klinik, Blok 57, Sonar). Dive`s `audio trademark` is the experimental sound of abused drum machines, pulsating through crackling distortion on almost every song. ==Discography== ===Albums=== ===Singles and EPs=== ===Collabora
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Dive

To descend vertically head first
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Dive

The dipping of a car's nose that occurs when the brakes are applied. Dive is caused by a load transfer from the rear to the front suspension; this transfer occurs because the car's center of gravity, through which all inertial forces pass, is higher than its contact patches, the points where the braking forces are exerted on the ground.
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Entering the water head first at the start of the race.
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