- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of swerve.
“I love how this swerves from the beginning to the end and yet the end is present in the beginning.”
“If there is no need for me to know what the cyclist is doing then I can't say I care, but when a cyclists swerves from the bike lane across my lane and makes a left turn without signalling forcing me to break quickly, well thats not very nice.”
“In its visual images, the Hutaree statement swerves from a Tibetan Buddhist protest in Nepal to the G20 to the FBI seige of a Branch Davidian compound outside of Waco, Texas in the”
“SOLEDAD O'BRIEN: At the beginning of the tape, you can see a vehicle kind of swerves over and knocks her and then when she corrects --”
“Stott made no remark to any one -- he was bowling to the groundsman -- but the ambition to bowl "swerves,"  as they were afterwards called, took possession of him from that morning.”
“7/24 WWE Smackdown Hits & Misses: Hardy vs. Jericho, Knox, Punk's Challenge, Punk vs. Mysterio HITS & MISSES - TNA IMPACT 7/23: Well, it wasn't Victory Road, Taz's mic skills, LAX dissension, "swerves" from a mile away”
“7/24 WWE Smackdown Hits & Misses: Hardy vs. Jericho, Knox, Punk's Challenge, Punk vs. Mysterio HITS & MISSES - TNA IMPACT 7/23: Well, it wasn't Victory Road, Taz's mic skills, LAX dissension, "swerves" from a mile away EDITORIAL: A case for potential WWE wrestlers to be teamed with Chris Jericho - Swagger or Miz or ...”
“However, the story swerves from these points and dithers on for many a chapter before ending, once again, in a cliff hanger to be resolved in yet another book.”
“Doc swerves to hit it and the thing bounces off the front of the bus.”
“It swerves again, avoiding one man but hitting another.”
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