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Nautical Term:

ease (v)

Definition:

1) To slacken or pay out slightly, as in: "Ease the stern line."
2) To bear off slightly, or turn slightly away from the wind, as in: "Ease the helm." 3) To allow the helm to turn back after being put hard over.

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harden (v)
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