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3 : to tip the head in a certain direction <He nodded toward the door.
Couldridge, 44, said he had nodded off 15 times and caused several minor accidents, Maidstone Crown Court, Kent, heard.
In September 2000, it is said, he nodded off on the M20 at Allington, near Maidstone.
A publican nodded in agreement when cops suggested he had started the fatal fire which killed his wife and a toddler, a murder trial heard yesterday.
The SWAT officer, standing behind a table bristling with firearms, flak jackets, helmets and a gas mask, nodded thoughtfully as the Van Nuys youngster told his story.
Downey, who shed tears during a halting statement to the court, nodded and smiled to his supporters as he was led away.
Once in awhile, the man would look over; he nodded at us once - it was the kind of nod that said he was who we thought he was, nothing more, nothing less.