Steer, Steers or Steering may mean:
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... Steer, Steers or Steering may mean Steering, mechanism used to turn a vehicle Steer or bullock, castrated male cattle Ox, a steer used as a draft animal "Steer" (song), song by ...
... Steer Davies Gleave is an independent consultancy working worldwide across the transport sector ... Steer Davies Gleave is an employee-owned company and has been rated The Sunday Times ‘18th Best Companies to work for in the UK’ for two years in a row, and has also been listed in the ...
... Keith Steer EastEnders character Portrayed by Tim Dantay Duration 1992 Keith Steer, played by Tim Dantay, and his accomplice Charlie Keating (Nicholas Tennant) persuades Grant Mitchell (Ross Kemp ... Steer and Keating are incompetent amateurs, and one shoots the other in the foot by mistake ... When Phil stops to help the injured Keating, Steer drives off and leaves them ...
... by Nicholas Tennant, and his accomplice Keith Steer carry out a raid on a betting shop in June 1992 with Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) ... Steer and Keating are incompetent amateurs, and one shoots the other in the foot by mistake ... When Phil stops to help the injured Keating, Steer drives off and leaves them ...
... Chute dogging is a rodeo event related to steer wrestling where the steer used weighs between 400 and 500 lbs ... competitor starts the event in a chute with the steer as opposed to on horseback ... When the chute opens, the competitor must bring the steer to a line ten feet from the chute and wrestle (or "dog") the steer to the ground ...
More definitions of "steer":
- (verb): Direct (oneself) somewhere.
Example: "Steer clear of him"
- (noun): An indication of potential opportunity.
Synonyms: tip, lead, confidential information, wind, hint
- (noun): Castrated bull.
- (verb): Be a guiding force, as with directions or advice.
Famous quotes containing the word steer:
“It is true, we are such poor navigators that our thoughts, for the most part, stand off and on upon a harborless coast, are conversant only with the bights of the bays of poesy, or steer for the public ports of entry, and go into the dry docks of science, where they merely refit for this world, and no natural currents concur to individualize them.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“Earth laughs in flowers, to see her boastful boys
Earth-proud, proud of the earth which is not theirs;
Who steer the plough, but cannot steer their feet
Clear of the grave.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“A great deal of us is together, and we can but abide by it, and steer our courses to meet soon. John Thomas says goodnight to Lady Jane, a little droopingly, but with hopeful heart.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)