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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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But up on deck the tired steerer usually just needs to know how he's doing in relation to the boat's polars and when is the best time to tack or gybe.
In the prow, a drummer beats out time; in the stern, a steerer keeps the boat on course with a giant paddle.
They are black, have triple water bottle mounts on each side, rack/fender mounts on the top and bottom and have date code 2012 03 20 stamped on the steerer tube.
On deck the sheltered cockpit has a full set of six Harken winches and twin wheels while the mainsheet is right at hand for the steerer.
Recall Summary Name of product: Izoard XP Bicycles Hazard: The bicycle fork's steerer tube can break while in use, posing a fall hazard.
If it's your first time on the boat, before leaving the dock set up a good grassroots relationship with the steerer, other trimmers, navigator and tactician.