overfly had overflown the landing site by four miles.
overflyal fears were that the country was being overflown by advanced foreign aircraft, possibly on intelligence missions.
overfly was also an indication, but not confirmed, that Canadian bases had been overflown by a helicopter.
overflyround there all about lyeth in low meadow, often overflown by rage of rayne.
and President and Judge of the same," and gives to him power to take cognizance of "all causes, civil and maritime, also all contracts, complaints, offences or suspected offences, crimes, pleas, debts, exchanges, accounts, policies of assurance, loading of ships, and all other matters and contracts which relate to freight due for the use of ships, transportation, money or bottomry; also all suits civil and maritime between merchants or between proprietors of ships and other vessels for matters in, upon, or by the sea, or public streams, or fresh-water ports, rivers, nooks and places overflown whatsoever within the ebbing and flowing of the sea and high-water mark, or upon any of the shores or banks adjacent from any of the first bridges towards the sea through England and Ireland and the dominions thereof, or elsewhere beyond the seas."
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