- v. Simple past tense and past participle of steer.
“This time, I steered from the usual and added bananas to the otherwise plain Sooji Sheera.”
“OTTAWA (AP) - Mats Sundin steered coach Paul Maurice in the right direction as the Toronto Maple Leafs started to go deep in their shootout list.”
“In deep water the captain steered by means of a prodigious rudder; in the shallows he managed with a long, stout bamboo pole.”
“The Federal gun-boats have iron-plated sides placed in perpendicular bars on the timbers, and when in action no one appears on deck bu the signalmen, the vessels being steered from a shotproof pilot-house forwards.”
“On April 8, the feud over the May family name steered toward détente when the May family's attorney, Mark Lebow of Sokolow, Carreras and Associates, distributed settlement documents to all parties involved.”
“Filed in March 2009, the federal-court lawsuit accused Wells Fargo of "institutionalized, systemic racism" in its subprime-mortgage lending, saying the San Francisco bank "steered" African-Americans toward "less favorable loans" in the run-up to the recent financial crisis.”
“But there was a lot of stuff, but, you know, dealing with, like, publishing rights and things like that kind of steered me in certain areas, and - but I have to say, I think pretty much most of the best stuff is in the film.”
“Pratt, whose story we've been tracking, was "steered" into a sub-prime loan by Countrywide Financial.”
“McCain campaign 'steered' reporters to hoax attack story.”
“OpEdNews - Quicklink: McCain campaign 'steered' reporters to hoax attack story.”
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