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veer

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(naval architecture)
To pay or let out, as to veer anchor chain.
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Three people aged 10, 47, and 49 years died instantly Tuesday afternoon when a pickup vehicle they were travelling in veered off the road, hit a bridge and rolled on the Otjiwarongo-Kalkfeld road.
GILGIT -- A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) aircraft veered off its path on the runway while landing at Gilgit airport on Saturday, the airline said, adding that no one was injured in the incident.
Police in Bomet County have impounded a lorry belonging to the General Service Unit unit as it ferried 450 cedar posts.The Isuzu lorry GKB 447R veered off the road and landed in a ditch on Monday morning as it ferried the posts from Chebunyo to a neighbouring county.
A 67-year-old Briton was killed on Friday after he was hit by a car, which reportedly veered onto the pavement on Poseidonos Avenue in Paphos.
Nine people were injured after a Lamu bound bus veered off the road and rolled at Koreni area on the Lamu-Mombasa highway on Sunday morning.
A man lost his arm after the bus he was riding veered towards another bus along the southbound lane of Edsa Kamuning in Quezon City.
KARACHI -- A Pakistan International Airline (PIA) aircraft veered off the runway at Panjgur Airport, Balochistan Saturday.
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.
Summary: Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], Mar 17 (ANI): A SpiceJet aircraft SG 1238, arriving from Hyderabad, veered off the runway at Bengaluru Airport on Friday.
Mr Conden was driving a red Citroen C3 from his partner's home in Stockton when it veered off the road near the Long Newton turn-off, between Stockton and Darlington.
Two men who were also on board escaped injury as the light aircraft veered off the runway at the Crosland Hill Airfield on take-off yesterday.
The Emirati man lost control over the vehicle, which suddenly veered off the road and crashed into the lamppost.