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steer

a castrated male ox or bull; bullock
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The steerer either sits or stands at the back of the boat.
We termed the system MEMS Long-wavelength Beam Steerer (MLBS).
The visuals highlight NAFB's collective purpose of "informing and inspiring agriculture and rural America." Also communicated is the credo: "We bring voice to our audiences, leadership to our markets." Member broadcasters Janet Adkison, Tricia Braid Terry, and Tom Steerer are featured at work in a composite graphic.
Fifty dollars, $100, or $300 for riding shotgun, or acting as a steerer or a lookout, is immediate and available money.
Its author, sometime pickpocket, flimflam artist, and greengoods steerer, is hardly a typical figure; half-Irish son of a famous Chinese immigrant murderer, taught to read and write (sort of) by a Sing Sing cellmate, he testified about the cozy relationship between cops and crooks before the reformist Lexow Committee in 1894, an experience that helped him turn straight, with some zigs and zags, and become late in life a part-time investigator for the Society for the Prevention of Crime.
Marian Heath Greeting Cards, Dan Steerer, President, 508-291-0766, P.
A steerer sits in the stern while a drummer beats to keep the rowers in time.
The second was for problems with the steerer tube separating from the front fork.
The NWDA was involved and was the main steerer, as I understand, of the Fourth Grace project.
The bill describes runners, cappers, and steerer as those who, for pecuniary benefit, whether directly or indirectly, procure or attempt to procure clients, patients, or customers at the direction of a provider whose intent is to seek to obtain benefits under a contract of insurance or to assert a claim against an insured or an insurer for providing services to the client, patient, or customer.
"The role of the CEO at Kamehameha at this point in time is that of a steerer and communicator, so that the healing process needed for our future is enhanced.
Another physician's name was misspelled in the article (making the erroneous report easy to find through computer searches -- look for "Steerer").