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The race was very interesting and well managed, but far be it from me to say which proved herself the better steerer.
It was paddled by two Indians, of whom the one in the stern—the steerer—appeared to be a very large man.
I recognised the two men as those who had passed before, and the steerer was certainly an immense fellow.
Bonfire was peering at it over the steerer's right shoulder when the bob veered sharply to the left.
Seats were provided for nine persons, including the steerer and the fireman.
AUTOMOBILE BIOGRAPHIESLYMAN HORACE WEEKS
"A good steerer could have slipped past that wagon, I guess," he said slowly.
Bob Rivers, a brawny, powerful fellow, was our boat-steerer.
Loum, Willis's boat-steerer, swung them alongside the rolling whale.
THE SEA BRIDEBEN AMES WILLIAMS
And they replied, 'Our little steerer here stays and rows not.'
From the tale we see that the steerer led the song of the rowers, and if the leader ceased, all that side of the boat ceased also.

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