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  • noun Plural form of steering.


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  • Another witness, Bernaldo de Haro, states that he had been with the admiral, and had written (or rather copied) a letter for the admiral to the king and queen, designating, in an accompanying sea-chart, the courses and steerings and winds by which he had arrived at Paria; and that this witness had heard that from this chart others had been made, and that

    The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Volume II)

  • The paper cites the example of manufacturing of car steerings and seat belts and says that both are placed under the "same field" but investment in one may not "jeopardise" the other.

    The Economic Times

  • Use the dual rate to reduce or increase the amount of steerings to reach the steering stops.

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  • Since just-auto's last edition of automotive steerings systems was published in November 2008, the outlook for the automotive industry has significantly changed.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper


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