Once, when the ketch, swerved
by some vagrant current, came close to the break of the shore-surf, the blacks on board drew toward one another in apprehension akin to that of startled sheep in a fold when a wild woods marauder howls outside.
The cheerful sailor crept forward and jibed over the foresail as Charley put the helm to starboard and we swerved
to the right into the San Joaquin.
The driver of the waggon seemed undecided, and the chauffeur, running slow but disregarding some shouted warning from the crossing policemen, swerved
the auto to the left, violating the traffic rules, in order to pass in front of the waggon.
Again and even nearer came the rallying Spaniards, and again with cry of fear and stooping bodies they swerved
off to right and left, but the English still stood stolid and observant among their rocks.
As the words passed his lips, Delamayn swerved
on the path.
At the same moment the roan swerved and its rider caught a glimpse of the aroused men by the house.
The young man threw his spurs into the horse, crouched very low, and swerved in his flight in order to distract the other's aim.
and at once vanished before his eyes, as if the islet itself had swerved
aside from under her feet.
Stephen Somerville was driving his Ford Transit Connect van northbound on the A1, near the Kingston Park turn-off, when he suddenly swerved
in front of a car trying to overtake him.
The Jeep driver then swerved
to avoid the back of the Audi but a Renault Megane was coming the other way.
Caroline Newell, who has been an instructor with the school for three years, said: "One of my pupils swerved
on to the other side of the road but it's worse when it happens on a dual carriageway.
A RETIRED couple died when their car swerved
into the path of a lorry, an inquest heard yesterday.
It looks like the painter swerved
to avoid someone walking towards him.
from the inside lane to the hard shoulder.
Musharbash braked and swerved
onto the road's north dirt shoulder, then back across the westbound lane, the CHP said.