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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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Noting that ACM has earned a respected reputation for choosing strong scientific papers for its conferences and publications without regard to political or commercial pressure, White concluded, "ACM could adopt a policy of steering clear of scientific papers that could subject us to liability under the DMCA, but that could only be done at a risk of sacrificing our mission and damaging our reputation as a scientific society.
But an institution can do this ``following its own procedures'' for hiring, the bishops said, steering clear of any hint that they would intervene directly in the process of recruiting or of awarding tenure.
Pension funds, however, are steering clear of the commercial office asset class, which is already over-represented in their portfolios, according to Blenko.
The study also advocates steering clear of any summary rating such as the ones the motion picture industry uses to label a picture PG vs.

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