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  • n. Plural form of veer.

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Examples

  • It also veers from the original material in that it focuses on the Doctor more than his creation.

    Sunday Cinema: The Curse of Frankenstein (1957)

  • He then dips into the luncheon for a handful of minutes and reliably bounces out early, to re-answer the questions he's already answered several times over (with the beleaguered local Nebraska reporter forced to stand guard in case Nelson veers from the script and happens to make news).

    Harry Reid, The Man Who Never Says Goodbye

  • This is complemented by Gurewitch's visual style, which veers from the simplistic and cartoonish to incredibly detailed line art that's like something out of Tony Millionaire.

    Boing Boing

  • What I love is that there's a real humanity to the way Nelson presents his posts, and he frequently veers from the technical to the political or even the worlds of food and travel while retaining that characteristic warmth.

    Blogs of the Year: Some Bits - Nelson's Weblog and rc3.org - Anil Dash

  • Because his personality veers from the norm, some critics have questioned how he relates to his teammates.

    Harrington may be on final chance in Atlanta

  • It veers from a send-up of NYC publicity chaos to a buddy comedy, then teases with some vaguely homoerotic themes, morphs into a thriller, and suddenly throws everything out the window for a mindlessly cheery finale.

    GreenCine Daily: Sundance. Steve Buscemi x 2.

  • And so I say that any businessman who, by a sneak telephone call, or other method, veers from the free market economy, is guilty of subversion, as truly as the subversion of a foreign agent.

    Is the Businessman Coming Into His Own?

  • I request all to see this question first. please read the answer given by one called veers tamil. was there any connection to the question with his answer? my doubts ...

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  • Whilst poetry in books can be relied on to be good, and Valentine’s cards can be relied on to be, if not good, at least not bad, the original works of millions of first time poets veers from the undiscovered gem to the best forgotten about.

    Roses and poems « Write Anything

  • The name also veers sharply away from any obvious association with Mr. Seabrook's instrument of choice: the rare four-stringed tenor banjo.

    Brooklyn Banjo Shredder Goes Nuclear

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