(1) When an engine quits, reduce the power on the live engine and correct yaw with ard opposite rudder; then increase power as much as you can hold.(2) Her parley had trailed into long, idle hours, and their speech was often punctuated with the raucous clatter of several bottles of rum and stale wine rolling to and fro in the pitch and yaw of the anchored ship.(3) The wind, sea and swell were of no significance force in the context of the collision save perhaps that each vessel would yaw slightly.(4) And while this yaw may cause a kayaker to feel off-kilter, a boat designed to turn less easily would be more suited to carrying freight than negotiating Class V rapids or rough seas.(5) Roll, pitch, and yaw to starboard were all unaffected, she just couldn't yaw to port!(6) This system is designed to compensate for wind and heel and control roll, yaw and surge.(7) In straight and level flight, it's not so bad, but in turbulence or in turns, that yaw starts up and it takes some concentration to get it stopped.(8) The strange characteristic about an inverted spin, according to one pilot, is that yaw is opposite to roll and can be quite disorienting.(9) The BEA in its interim report maintains that the leftward yaw was caused not by incorrectly assembled landing gear but by loss of thrust from the number-one and two engines.(10) applying the opposite rudder will tend to reduce the yaw(11) The automatic flight control system has a Stability Control Augmentation System with fail passive four-axis control of pitch, roll, yaw and collective.(12) The severe yaw into the dead engine will cause the pilot to hold a significant amount of opposite rudder to compensate.(13) I had a sharp starboard yaw with an ├ö├ç├┐engine right, engine right├ö├ç├û voice alert.(14) Also monitored on many systems is yaw , an aspect of aircraft technology automakers have learned from.(15) Aloft upon the mast, the figure stood, uncompromising to the gale and pitch and yaw of the ship.(16) Operating the ailerons causes an effect called adverse yaw .