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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
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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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He said the REM guitarist, who denies a drunken rampage aboard a British Airways plane last year, also steered clear of drugs and was a "famously" peaceful individual with a strong sense of family values.
Even U.S.-based Doe Run, which had recently purchased the nearby La Oroya refinery, steered clear.
All of the dancers have Algerian roots, yet the choreography steered clear of racial or political commentary.