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    1. veer left at the split, there, and you'll be in the heart of it, mum

    2. But he indulged the Patriarch, who seemed to be trying to veer him off course nevertheless:

    3. Perhaps indeed the archenemies were lurking around, their malignancy somehow trying to veer him away from his newly found purpose, driving him to dark corners of his mind he did not wish to revisit

    4. The motorcycle seemed to defy gravity, its speed and wings helping it to veer

    5. The next morning we rode up a trail along a pleasant river called the Yaguez until we left it around noon to follow another path that seemed to veer a little to the southeast

    6. If we can stay in the middle of the current, the rest won’t be able to snake off too far no matter where they veer off to, as long as the lines stay tight

    7. “They were the first to veer off, and, not having run into them,” Yigal ventured, “we assumed that they were ahead of us and already with you

    8. Then, was surprised to see the last chariot on one side of the wedge waver and, as suddenly, veer away

    9. the current, the rest won't be able to snake off too far no matter where they veer off to, as long

    10. chariot on one side of the wedge waver and, as suddenly, veer away

    11. the end of that long silence, I felt the ship veer abruptly to port,

    12. And as a main trail usually has branches that veer off from

    13. Hal saw a Mythos veer away from the house, turn a corner and

    14. veer wildly and speed away from the scene

    15. The officer gasped as Adam took the steering wheel and forced the car to veer onto a flowerbed at the side of the road

    16. I don't want to veer too far off the subject of this chapter but please indulge

    17. forward, you can count on her to veer sideways on some ADHD tangent of

    18. I figure I will shamelessly use this title’s play on words so that I may veer off into an area of

    19. I opened a can of apple juice for breakfast, thinking that today would just be another insignificant day, refusing to veer from the seamless sameness of other days, another sunrise in the millions of desert sunrises

    20. His mother was long gone and his father was never home and although he was a popular kid he seemed to veer away from "hanging out with the boys”

    21. It is best to focus on quality, and veer away from papers, which may have certain scents

    22. For a second she was afraid he’d veer off and make his way around the house to the front door, just to avoid her

    23. “Alexa, why did you veer off into the forested area?”

    24. The Japanese fighter then exploded into a fireball, making Ingrid scream in triumph and forcing the Japanese wingman to veer away to avoid the debris from his leader’s plane

    25. In the end they thought that she may have gone to sleep at the wheel, or maybe she had to veer suddenly to avoid an oncoming car or kangaroo

    26. The two were forced to veer off without firing for fear of being taken out by the potential debris if they scored

    27. Sheer luck caused the target to veer

    28. The last conscious act of Denise was to make her jeep veer sharply to the right, literally making her jeep roll inside the ruins of a blown up house, where the vehicle brutally stopped against what was left of a stone wall

    29. Practically in town, it seemed best not to risk the chance of meeting another diesel spill further along the road so a quick decision was made to veer off into the centre of Sinop, once again cutting less of an impressive figure than befitted two international tandemists on entering a new town

    30. She made Pegasus veer on the trail and follow it at a relatively slow speed for about 400 meters

    31. After the intercept squadron had fired off a round of broadside shots, the two enemy ships that survived the encounter unscathed wisely chose to veer away and wait for reinforcements

    32. She hit the maneuvering controls wildly and tried to veer off to the left, but it was too little, too late

    33. It needs water but who am I to have time to be a gardener these days? I veer off left past the mailboxes and towards the playground in a full run

    34. It wasn’t long before he caught up with the Expedition and watched it veer off to the right

    35. Others may veer towards the extreme of non-

    36. ” Caesar had already started to veer his way up the track leading out of the small parcel of farmland

    37. He nearly groans with frustration as they veer off to wrap around his waist, and he pulls her closer to make up for it, to try to reduce the demanding need to have her touch him

    38. He also certainly heard the cry for almost at the same time he let out a yell and tried to veer to his left

    39. veer to the left as they approached the location of the church tunnel

    40. scratch, letting go with your left hand, veer left so that your

    41. Is it any surprise… that an adult undead entity secretly inhabiting the body and soul of a baby, a child, an adolescent… should slowly be able to synchronize their aura and be able to second-guess what that baby or child will do? And then practice its timing to slightly veer off the child’s intention or words or actions… until after years of this secret practice; they can easily corrupt the thoughts and feelings and actions of any human alive

    42. The choice: whether to go back to Nature or veer off into the evil Imperialism of Emperor Franz Joseph street

    43. The undead always veer the paths of good intentions and twist them into the worst way possible

    44. All the evil undead scum hiding inside him and all around him seek to veer him away from all goodness, happiness and health

    45. If the vessel was not centered over the homeworld’s beacon array an error could occur in the calculations for the travel telemetry through space and the vessel could veer off course and be lost in space or collide with a landform upon entry of the other world and be destroyed

    46. I stayed strong, while he refused to veer off the path of weakness

    47. During this interlude a traveler passing in the other direction told them that to reach Horseshoe Bay they would need to veer right towards Myrobalan at the next fork in the road, and then turn left at the second intersection

    48. They’d go west and then northeast and later veer south for a stretch

    49. Lights veer toward her, then away

    50. Olsen taught his how-to-catch-a-rich-husband class in his condo in Veer Towers, the residential complex composed of two buildings, each thirty-seven floors of modern luxury encased in glass and golden panels, their tops craning outward, so that neither building would interfere with the other’s view of the Las Vegas cityscape

    1. He saw them against the foreign stars before they veered to port in formation and were suddenly lost from view

    2. ” Going backwards they veered this way and that at first, until like they did when piloting the boat, they sighted above the deck in the direction aligned with their destination and gradually began to maintain straighter lines once more

    3. veered away, striving to distance themselves from the streams of

    4. Having no choice she veered away from the door

    5. He cut the bike to the right—the only direction he could go—and veered

    6. Always aware of the conditions he looked around constantly, the fire was raging and spreading and it was going upwards towards the Petols building, then he spotted two young faces coming out of the trees heading toward the Clearys, when the wind veered and bits of leaves and ash started to fly in the air and whirl about then dove down ahead of the boys

    7. After Theoton left, Nerissa’s thoughts veered back to optimism

    8. All of a sudden the steam launch veered to its left and took our string of boats with it as we passed the spot where it had just been I saw rocks just under the water so thank God the Coxswain had been on his toes

    9. Only a few drops occasionally hit our cowl-covered heads as the clouds veered farther toward the south

    10. Then something curious happened: the spider entity did appear, then veered off

    11. It veered not toward the soldiers but away, down the back side of the hill

    12. An ice-and-gravel path took her along the wall, then veered through an alley between buildings

    13. They veered off at the last minute, suddenly free of their burden

    14. Brakes screaming, the car veered across the road as Tony struggled with the wheel

    15. Clouds of blue exhaust smoke veered off as the engines caught, one by one

    16. veered up into the woods toward Cal’s hideaway, I enjoyed

    17. At the sea buoy, she veered in a sweeping turn, coming around towards the south

    18. The machine wobbled and veered alarmingly

    19. Away from Me they have veered

    20. Their narrow path intersected a wider one that veered off at an angle, and the larger presence in the background held the promise of finally becoming solid ground

    21. Whatever I did, it couldn’t be helped, he silently reasoned, as he veered toward the distant canal bank where a small knot of trees grew

    22. He never once veered from the faith that was the basis of everything that he was chosen to accomplish

    23. The third leg of this trilogy, the third generation, veered from that path of faith that was exampled rather well by those who had come before them

    24. He veered around and leapt out the

    25. He veered left, only to be stopped short by the stone cold hands of Ardara

    26. blinding them as they veered through the hoards of rowdy

    27. On the third day after leaving the village, we veered away from the river which turned northwest and continued due west, past a large hill which stuck out in the now rather broad river valley

    28. We camped for the night in a small level area where the creek veered to the west and disappeared into the hills

    29. As he veered around a corner of the staircase,

    30. Suddenly, the highway veered left, forcing Cloud into the

    31. Karl let his mind linger slightly on Colin, and veered off back to the new tenant

    32. They now merged into a well-traveled road that veered in from the east and turned to parallel their path south

    33. Seeing the others of his crew looking in his direction, he arced his arm as he veered off toward where Youssaf and Mahli could be seen hurrying toward another storehouse

    34. The old man veered to the left on the third street that they came to

    35. It had veered in a more southerly direction than the overland route they had taken on their way to the now forgotten Project

    36. They veered a little uphill from the path as they sought to cut off the violently struggling targets of their wrath

    37. It floated overhead, and veered off, describing the beginning of a circle

    38. And then another, the outermost on the other side, suddenly veered away and fell behind

    39. Earlier, Moshe'd had little time to take notice that the marching army's direction had veered

    40. They either veered off to the landing or stayed on the road that was

    41. They now merged into a well-traveled road that veered in from the east and turned to parallel

    42. the others of his crew looking in his direction, he arced his arm as he veered off toward where

    43. also seeing that heavenly sign, veered south to intercept where we would most likely be, in

    44. With an instinct of their training the line surged forward to fill the gap ahead, right into the ready lances of Moshe's horsemen who had again veered left just enough to engage them almost

    45. It had veered in a more southerly direction than the overland

    46. They veered a little uphill from the path as they sought to cut off the violently struggling targets

    47. It floated overhead, and veered off, describing the

    48. Suddenly, it veered sharply into the east, breaking

    49. outermost on the other side, suddenly veered away and fell behind

    50. had veered toward the peninsula, because they didn’t really have

    1. Yes, now that Sicarius had started her mind down that path, she had a hard time veering

    2. veering from port to starboard, regardless of the wind, only

    3. It surged up on our stern, only veering at the last moment, and gradually overtook us, passing to port since our outrigger was to starboard and theirs the opposite

    4. the concentration Brent had to keep the chute from veering off course

    5. and was veering off the road when Beth reached over and grabbed

    6. It sped ahead erratically for a while before veering off to one side and shot off into the distance

    7. The driver obeyed her at once, accelerating for a moment before veering and stopping across the road

    8. The pilot of the BEARCAT made his aircraft touch down after floating above the runway for a few seconds and bounced twice, veering left and right in the process and nearly leaving the runway

    9. The French pilot still managed to land without damaging his aircraft, veering abruptly off the runway as soon as he had slowed down, in order to leave the landing strip free for the use of his three comrades

    10. Now having gloomy thoughts about possibly ending in an Israeli jail, Stavro kept watching the Israeli helicopter as it made a full circle around his ship before veering towards the incoming armada of small boats

    11. The attacking boats then split further up, with the three boats armed with machine guns veering off a bit to run past the Keshet while peppering it with bullets, while the three remaining boats, manned by single drivers, sped directly towards the missile craft

    12. The two bogeys are now separating, with one accelerating sharply towards Haifa while the second bogey is veering south and staying at…”

    13. The monster trucks came and went, slowly approaching her position at times but veering off before they got within the kill zone

    14. It is veering off to the left of the complex

    15. broken wheel on a car, the car isn't veering to the right because of the

    16. A few days of frost, with a great red sun dropping behind the low range of western hills each late afternoon, and then a sudden veering of the wind to the south, and out rushed the crocuses, and up rushed the larks

    17. 'What stuff is this?' I thought, veering round suddenly to the easeful simplicity of the old conventions

    18. Then that made me think of what it might be like to kiss this stranger in the Zorro costume…and I knew my thoughts were veering in a very dangerous direction

    19. “I have no intention of veering away from your directions,” Aazuria said with a nod

    20. I would have finished by telling Elly that only love and commitment prevented straying but she was very sensitive on the topic and veering away from her strict line meant that you were actually

    21. Massive walls extended from the outer fortifications to the east and west, sloping down the hill and then veering south to eventually form a semi-circle

    22. The forces of Bergmark were here now, streaming out of the forest behind the Anduain lines, and also veering east, toward the bridge

    23. first lariat by letting go with the left hand and veering left,

    24. We kept on the ride till Taredd led us off the road and we took to a wide and rolling landscape, north of city-Calleva and veering towards the east

    25. veering back into the forest

    26. He was trapped now, with the receiver veering above him, poised for the kill

    27. You would have seen the sun, when it rose, veering away from their cave towards the right, and when it sets, moving away from them to the left, as they lay in the midst of the cave

    28. “What are you doing out here?” he asked, veering toward her

    29. With the next lane blocked by a black Range Rover coasting along at the speed limit, Colin cut across the breakdown lane and zoomed past a cluster of cars before veering back onto the road

    30. Her anger was as unexpected as every change on this evening of swift veering moods

    31. There the road, which had been veering southwards between the brink of the channel and a steep fall of the

    32. But sometimes it’s high-level investors whose strings of successes send them veering off course

    33. We all looked over at ten thousand chickens veering this way and that in tides, suddenly panicked by wind or startled by cloud shadows or dogs barking off on the prairie, or a lone car moving on the hot-tar road

    34. A veering of the wind blew a cloud of smoke about them and she could no longer see the man who was speeding toward her, but suddenly she felt a great arm about her

    1. He veers left, then right, then left again, losing control as he cuts over the median into oncoming traffic

    2. It is also a rather sad fact that my underwear veers on the sensible side of practical and maybe I ought to think a little more in terms of sexy …

    3. When he veers off course, strangers guide him to the chow-line

    4. One of these is in A Shropshire Lad, Hughley Steeple in which he writes, 'The Vane on Hughley steeple, Veers bright, a far know sign'

    5. Cass veers right and stops in front of a second hand clothing store

    6. A group of kids are trying to fly a kite, which veers dangerously close to her head

    7. So John’s account, after the feeding of the “5000", veers

    8. south and east through Sebaste, I believe he veers north to

    9. The jet veers off and away

    10. news van, which veers out of control and off the roadway

    11. As the broadcast enters its second half hour, Reagan veers away from Vietnam and waxes poetic about the greatness of the United States

    12. The light hovers there another moment, as if allowing Werner to absorb their situation, then veers to the right and wobbles toward something nearby, and in the reflected light, through skeins of dust, Werner can see the huge silhouette of Volkheimer ducking and stumbling as he moves between hanging rebar and pipes

    13. She passes through trees and road signs, veers around curves; she is as inescapable as a moon

    14. A single white sail veers out of the harbor

    15. He veers over to the side of the road and slams on the brakes

    16. It’s where the northern Canal, the Tyrant’s Stripe, veers southwest to become the Maw

    17. If a wind is strong and dry the weather will remain constant until the wind drops or veers, then it may rain

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