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veer

(vēr) [Fr. virer, to turn]
In neurology, to exhibit ataxia.
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Franklin, after what looked to me like a little private veering about between the different sides of his character, broke the silence as follows:
A spokesman for the airfield said: "There was a mishap with an aircraft veering off the runway on take-off.
2 -- color) Darwin Miller, the 39-year-old driver of the truck, experienced ``a minor medical problem'' before veering from the right shoulder across all lanes of the freeway, a CHP officer said.
A large oil truck collided with six vehicles on Route 150 in Shizuoka on Saturday after veering into the oncoming lane, injuring 11 people, police said.