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STEERSuccinct and Timely Evaluated Evidence Reviews (Wessex Institute for Health Research and Development; UK)
STEERSmart Taxis Encouraging Environmental Respect (est. 2001; St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada)
STEERSafety Through Education, Enforcement and Response
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He made as though he had not heard me, and steered in silence till I was ready to relieve him.
"Very well; now steer toward the wharf where the big ship with the queer flag is.
When the archers had taken their places, the herald came forward and proclaimed the rules of the game, and how each should shoot three shots, and to him that should shoot the best the prize of two fat steers was to belong.
"Fairly hast thou won the fat steers," said the Sheriff, "and "hereunto I will add a butt of good March beer, for joy of having gotten such a man; for, I wot, thou shootest as fair a shaft as Robin Hood himself."
"Then," said Little John, "for joy of having gotten myself into thy service, I will give fat steers and brown ale to all these good folk, to make them merry withal." At this arose a great shout, many casting their caps aloft, for joy of the gift.
Then some built great fires and roasted the steers, and others broached the butt of ale, with which all made themselves merry.
Well, don't you see, he had done something, he had steered; for months I had him at my back--a help--an instrument.
We could not so much as see the corrals, but we knew the steers were over there, huddled together under the north bank.
While the boat's crew bent to the oars, he steered with the sweep between his arm and his side in order that he might hold Jerry with the other arm.
Montgomery steered us round and into a narrow little dock excavated in the beach.
On the 26th of October, they steered east-northeast, for a wooded ravine in a mountain, at a small distance from the base of which, to their great joy, they discovered an abundant stream, running between willowed banks.
Top price Charolais x steer was PS1410 and PS1400 (twice) shown by John Walton, Keepwick.