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veer

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(naval architecture)
To pay or let out, as to veer anchor chain.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Indian Army, while being committed to safeguard the sovereignty of the country, is equally concerned about the welfare of its soldiers and their families, Veterans their families, widows and 'Veer Naris' of soldiers who lay down their lives protecting their Motherland.
Seven children received minor injuries after a bus they were riding in veered off the road to avoid an accident in Antioch Thursday, authorities said.
Besides all the common features shared by other 360 editing tools, VeeR Editor is the first mobile app that supports both 360-degree videos and photos," said co-founder Jingshu Chen.
Om Veer, who received severe injuries on his body and fractured his left hand, said two men sitting in a brand new Maruti Breeza approached him barely metres away from Gupta's residence and started enquiring about Dollar.
Neither could not be established as the cause for Andrew to veer off the carriageway."
Energy company Statoil ASA (OSE:STL)(NYSE:STO) announced on Thursday that it has appointed Jeroen van der Veer to its board of directors.
According to the company, van der Veer will be nominated for re-appointment for a term of another year, while Demuynck will retire from the supervisory board.
Thums Up had launched the Veer Campaign with brand ambassador Salman's Being Human Foundation, CNN-IBN and American India Foundation (AIF) as implementation partners.
For example if the winds are from the south at the surface and from the west aloft, that's described as a wind profile that "veers with height."
Hendersonville, NC, November 17, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Bullet Proof Shop owner Scott Van Der Veer was approached with this product as an alternative to the expensive run flat systems used for their armored vehicle tires.
9 November 2011 -- CRISIL today attached B ratings with a "stable" outlook to the INR9m (USD180,000/EUR132,000) term loan and INR47.5m cash credit of Indian Veer Bundel khand Press (Veer), active in the printing business.
(HM), one of the country's oldest automobile companies has launched VEER, a 0.8-tonne (800 kg) small commercial vehicle (SCV) in Kolkata kick-starting the company's plans to introduce more vehicles in the current financial year.