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Synonyms for steer

drive

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direct

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steer clear of something or someone

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Synonyms for steer

to direct the course of carefully

to control the course of (an activity)

an item of advance or inside information given as a guide to action

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an indication of potential opportunity

castrated bull

direct (oneself) somewhere

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be a guiding or motivating force or drive

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Store Cattle (502): WB Hfrs to pounds 718; WB Steers to pounds 732; Lim x Steers to pounds 940; Lim x Hfrs to pounds 762; Lim x Fres Hfrs to pounds 660; Char x Hfrs to pounds 800; Char x Steers to pounds 930; B d'Aq x Hfrs to pounds 722; BB x Steers to pounds 805; Saler x Hfrs to pounds 605; Org WB Steers to pounds 610.
A skid steer would get into many tight places that a wheel loader cannot," says Bob Beesley, product manager for skid steers and compact track loaders for Komatsu America Corp.
If a demo contractor or C&D recycler is constantly moving to different jobsites, the smaller, more flexible skid steer might be a more appropriate choice, advises Moore.
Store Cattle (410): Steers to pounds 840, av pounds 620; Heifers to pounds 770, av pounds 540; Bulls to pounds 700, av pounds 410.
based Desmarais & Son Construction, which owns two Mustang compact excavators and a Mustang model 2066 skid steer.
Even though skid steers are known for their relatively compact size, recyclers still have to consider how to match the size and lift capacity of a skid steer to best fit their particular operations.
Not that many people steer wrestle,'' Wesley Scott said.
Left-right integrated systems steer either the rear wheels in the same direction, or the opposite direction, as the front wheels, and do not include toe angle correction such as toe-in and toe-out.
The wheel loader moves more material a little bit faster than the skid steer," Davis says.
With scores of different attachments at its disposal, the skid steer can take care of practically any task on the jobsite--and the ability for one machine to tackle a number of jobs is one of the biggest advantages of the skid-steer loader.
When coupled with a hydraulic excavator, or even compact excavators and skid steers, the right attachments can increase a demolition contractor's productivity on site and make the recycling of those materials that much easier.
In team roping, one cowboy (called a header) attempts to rope a steer around the head and one horn, the neck, or around both horns.
Dust, sharp metal, wire, string and other materials can all shorten the life span of a skid steer.
Their compact size, light weight, nimble maneuverability, ease of operation and endless array of work tools allows the SSL (skid steer loader) to perform many functions.
NYSE: TWI), will launch three new Goodyear branded tire lines for agricultural and skid steer equipment at the annual Goodyear Dealer Conference in Orlando, Florida, this week.