Driving

Taking over a scene and not letting other performers influence its direction. Makes you an unpopular improvisor.
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driving

[adj] - acting with vigor 2. [adj] - having the power of driving or impelling 3. [n] - the act of controlling and steering the movement of a vehicle or animal
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Driving

Driv'ing adjective 1. Having great force of impulse; as, a driving wind or storm. 2. Communicating force; impelling; as, a driving shaft. Driving axle , the axle of a driving wheel, as in a locomotive. -- Driving box (Locomotive) , ...
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Driving

Driv'ing noun 1. The act of forcing or urging something along; the act of pressing or moving on furiously. 2. Tendency; drift. [ R.]
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driving

1. Having great force of impulse; as, a driving wind or storm. ... 2. Communicating force; impelling; as, a driving shaft. Driving axle, the axle of a driving wheel, as in a locomotive. Driving box, a wheel that communicates motion; one of the large wheels of a locomotive to which the connecting rods of the engine are attached; called also, simply,...
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driving

impulsive adjective having the power of driving or impelling; `a driving personal ambition`; `the driving force was his innate enthusiasm`; `an impulsive force`
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Driving

• (n.) The act of forcing or urging something along; the act of pressing or moving on furiously. • (n.) Tendency; drift. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Drive • (a.) Having great force of impulse; as, a driving wind or storm. • (a.) Communicating force; impelling; as, a driving shaft.
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driving

(from the article `hunting`) Some game goes into cover so dense that a hunter cannot penetrate it to get a shot. Such game must be driven into the open. This may be done with the ...
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driving

(from the article `traffic control`) ...ship is heavily influenced by the environment at the time of the attempted maneuver. Wave actions, tides, and currents all result in water ... ...upon cumulative position fixing. The last function, collision avoidance, is a new area of responsibility for VTCs. This function has traditionally ... ...
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Driving

Taking over a scene and not letting other performers influence its direction. Makes you an unpopular improvisor.
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Driving

Taking over a scene and not letting other performers influence its direction. Makes you an unpopular improvisor.
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driving

all the operations carried out on the traction and brake control equipment to start the vehicle or train, control its speed and brake it
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driving

Type: Term Pronunciation: drīv′ing Definitions: 1. The induction of a frequency in the EEG by sensory stimulation at this frequency.
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Driving

Description of a horse or pony used to pull a wagon or cart
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Driving

Strong urging by rider.
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Driving

[horse] Driving, when applied to horses, ponies, mules, or donkeys, is a broad term for hitching equines to a wagon, carriage, cart, sleigh, or other horse-drawn vehicle by means of a harness and working them in this way. It encompasses a wide range of activities from pleasure driving, to harness racing, to farm work, horse shows, and even ...
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Driving

Driving is the controlled operation and movement of a vehicle, such as a car, carriage, truck, or bus. == History == The world`s first long distance road trip by automobile took place in Germany in August 1888 when Bertha Benz, the wife of Karl Benz, the inventor of the first patented motor car (the Benz Patent-Motorwagen), travelled from Mannhei....
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Driving

A discipline in which a horse or horses pull a vehicle such as a carriage, cart, or wagon.
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