Definition of Stearing
1. steare [v] - See also: steare
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Literary usage of Stearing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Origins in Williamstown by Arthur Latham Perry (1894)
"Sent 2 scouts one east one west — the east scout saw signs of a scout of Indians stearing towards the Fort — Sent a scout to pilot three men to the army at ..."
2. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1918)
"... in attempting to guide the car out of the gully, broke the radius rod, thereby crippling the stearing gear and losing control of the car; nevertheless, ..."
3. The Marine Engineer (1882)
"She is fitted with a poop aft, containing accommodation for 25 first-class passengers. The ship has steam windlass, steam stearing gear, ..."
4. Marine Engineer and Naval Architect (1894)
"The stearing gear is Archer's patent, and is fitted on bridge deck forward, and there is in addition a screw steering gear aft. ..."
5. The Modern Steam Engine: Theory, Design, Construction, Use; a Practical Treatise by John Richardson (1908)
"It had been stated that if a relay governor of the stearing.gear type were used it could not be isochronous. In general it was not desirable that a governor ..."
6. "Our Method" for Teaching Practical French. by Rebecca Godchaux, Joséphine Godchaux (1918)
"... crevaison the blowout réparer to mend crever to blow out le pneu — bandage tire la direction stearing gear le volant stearing wheel la vitesse the speed ..."
7. Reports of the Harbour Commissioners for Montreal, Quebec, Three Rivers by Canada Dept. of Marine and Fisheries (1901)
"The pilot attributed the cause of the mishap to the jamming of the stearing gear, and after a careful investigation the Commissioners came to the following ..."