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steer

Medtalk verb To direct a Pt to a particular facility for various reasons–eg, types of benefits provided by the Pt's health care policy, and ability to pay Vox populi noun Moo

steer

(stēr)
To direct or guide along a desired course. In education it is to provide guidance to a student; in endoscopy, to push a scope through an organ or toward a lesion.

steer

castrated male cattle beast over a year of age. See also bullock, buller steer.

steer bulling
see bulling.
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State Farm is featuring two other national ads focused on teen safe driving: its "Sixteen Going on Seventeen" spot, featuring a modern version of the song from The Sound of Music, and an ad that focuses on the Steer Clear program.
Assistant Chief Constable David Crompton said: "We've been working hard to warn the region's motorists and criminals to steer clear of vehicle crime with an intensive programme of operations and crime prevention work covering the whole force area.
The presenter should steer clear of jargon, legalese and complicated charts and graphs.
At least Foster has had the sense to steer clear of Philip Johnson Chippendale.
JORDAN McMILLAN last night backed Hamilton to steer clear of relegation - despite the fact he can do nothing to help after a hernia problem forced him to end his loan spell and return to Rangers.
THE Chevrolet Matiz has taken pole position in a Top 10 of cars buyers should steer clear of.
The four-week Steer Clear campaign started today and will include several high-profile operations to catch the villains.
IThe magazine also listed cars to steer clear off as the Fiat Brava and Bravo, Peugeot 406 and the pre-June 2002 Vauxhall Vectra.
Click on Fashion Advice to steer clear of fashion humiliation.
They also steer clear of each other, partly because they exert a repulsive force and partly because the rules of quantum mechanics specify that individual electrons must occupy different energy levels.