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Then, with one accord, they all rose and began to steer their way around the furniture toward the hall, Goliath following.
THE BOARDED-UP HOUSEAUGUSTA HUIELL SEAMAN
Knowing by experience that he would soon be up to it, he used his pole with all his might, hoping to steer clear of it.
THE GIANT OF THE NORTHR.M. BALLANTYNE
Well, to steer a middle course between my duty to my force and my loyalty to K. is not so simple as it might seem.
Looks like good stock, that calf does; 's if 't might make a nice steer, but 'twon't never be a cow to give milk.
DOROTHY AT SKYRIEEVELYN RAYMOND
With his hat he signalled his brother to steer for the General Price, and on the two rams rushed, the Queen slightly ahead.
True, my son; but you have a perfect right to steer clear of him on mere suspicion.
Hence you may steer West 3/4 South through the night, on which course you will very gradually deepen your water.
Having passed this rock, steer for 7, and pass within one mile of it, to avoid the shoals that extend off Cape Sidmouth.
So badly did he steer, that the very act which was meant to carry him past the wreck, thrust him right upon it!
I never knew him bungle over a rope or make a bad slip, and it was simply a pleasure to see him steer.
THE CHEQUERSJAMES RUNCIMAN

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