So Storyline helps people figure out how to navigate and understand those three areas of life.
For starters, post-Citizens United, no one seems terribly clear about how to navigate the new campaign finance landscape.
It also shows how excruciating it can be for those involved to navigate through the process.
But it should help you navigate a conversation at a cocktail party.
You should be able to just point at the TV screen with your finger, or maybe even your nose, to navigate the Web and applications.
We were quite puzzled on entering the Morumbidgee, how to navigate its diminutive bends and its encumbered channel.
I ain't so much of a wreck yet but that I can navigate Boston without a pilot.
At Ostend they entered the harbour under heavy fire and ignited flares to enable the block-ships to navigate in the darkness.
Will you pledge me your honour, if I release you upon parole, that you will navigate us thither?
It is a kind of rhythmic process, like learning to swim, or to row a boat, or navigate an airplane.
To walk, esp when drunk (1843+)