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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.
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Emsley also helps readers steer clear of some chemicals associated with false or exaggerated claims.
With a standard Hemi V8 and optional Hemi V10, Chrysler insiders are betting that the rumored sedan would not only steer clear of Mercedes' V12 5-Class flagship, it would offer DaimlerChrysler a vehicle that could compete with VW's Phaeton and GM's expected V12 Cadillac.
The cold winter months are notorious for putting your car under greater strain and while you can't predict every eventuality there are steps you can take to help you steer clear of your local breakdown service.
"If the price is out of line or doesn't seem to be an average, I'd steer clear of it."
If she wants to steer clear of the creepy crawlies Fash had to put up with yesterday, she's going to have to tone it down a bit.
I strongly suggest that all Big Brother fans and former inmates must steer clear of the newly-released Jade's mouth.
GRESFORD halted their recent slump with a valuable point as they look to steer clear of the basement scrap.
He said: 'The brief is to steer clear of traditional trophies and deliver something modern and unique.' LDV sponsorship manager Nikki McCluney said: 'Tony is one of the best engravers in the country.
They warned fishermen to steer clear of their equipment, between Scotland and the Faroe Isles.
They settled the dispute by calling evangelist Billy Graham, who recommended that they steer clear of touchy theological questions in public.
For the good of our souls we were cautioned to steer clear of those slippery slope situations where temptation could take hold and lure us into behavior we otherwise might not pursue.
PALACE officials have warned the media to steer clear of Prince William as he undertakes an educational trip on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius ahead of his gap year.