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steer

a castrated male ox or bull; bullock
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Thirdly, steer clear of loan sharks and companies which offer to "clear your debts".
Songs such as "Seasonal Girl" and the title track to his new CD, "Goin' California," manage to steer clear of cliche and instead paint engaging, wistful portraits of love lost to the road.
Motorists were advised to steer clear of Hulver Road while the site was cleared.
Sounds like every living thing should steer clear of mephedrone.
AN ECHO-backed scheme to help children steer clear of crime has been shortlisted for a national award.
THE Chevrolet Matiz has taken pole position in a Top 10 of cars buyers should steer clear of.
But this year medics are sending out warnings to sufferers to steer clear of workplaces and schools to stop it spreading.
Richard Hammond today revealed he hopes to be back behind the wheel within weeks - but vowed to steer clear of jet cars.
Short of taking Ford actually or effectively private--either entirely or by controlling 51% of the voting shares--the Fords, like the Quandt (BMW) and the Porsche families, should agree to let outsiders run the company, and steer clear of the boardroom and executive suites.
The Government urged Britons to steer clear of the Eiffel Tower, Notre Dame cathedral, Les Invalides and the Sorbonne University in Paris after clashes between police and protesters.
Just steer clear of the company's Garlic or Sour Cream & Chive Mashed Potatoes, which are no better than the original flavor.
Oh, and steer clear of conditioners with panthenol, says Renee Rouleau of the Renee Roulcau Skin Spa in Dallas.