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ok . . . so the word is roll?  Lubbers might say lean?  I already did pitchTaurus swings to port;  coffee builds on the starboard side of the cup.

Ditto Meredith.

Oleander swings to starboard;  soup swirls to port.

Amy C McAllister throws herself into docking.

as does Miriam Moran .

Coast Guard RIBs lean into their turns , as opposed to

most other vessels.  Here’s  Amy C again.

For some tilting in the vicinity of windmills, check this video from Rotterdam.

Still fotos by Will Van Dorp.

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