Obviously without the slightest effort he steered clear of
all subjects which might lead to embarrassment.
Whatever it might be, the next day, the Nautilus, having left its port, steered clear of
all land at a few yards beneath the waves of the Atlantic.
Dan Patrick, R-Houston, steered clear of
the rancor that has erupted in the race recently.
Summary: Washington: The United States on Friday steered clear of
taking a tough stand on reports ...
Other firms had steered clear of
the deal and HRC was able to command an attractive return on its loan because the property was only 97% owned by the developer.
The Frenchman started the final leg with an imposing advantage and steered clear of
trouble as his main rivals dropped away.
The club have steered clear of
identifying potential targets, and Jol is adamant that if there are any new arrivals they will be players on his wanted list.
Paul Morris, of Samurai Press & PR, said: "Traditionally small businesses have steered clear of
public relations as an effective business tool seeing it as the preserve of big corporations.
William, a student at the Scottish university, steered clear of
At the time, his photos--which steered clear of
the typical grip-and-grin shots and adopted a more photo-journalistic approach--ignited controversy for their untraditional style.
Although the chain has one hotel in Cancun, it has steered clear of
South America until now.
The move would a be radical switch from traditional police methods which, for ethical reasons, have steered clear of
using teenagers as informers.
Although Dr Reid steered clear of
such huge constitutional issues, he insisted young people in the Republic have a vital role to play.
In 1987 the Federal Communications Commission concluded that the requirement, first officially enunciated in the 1940s, had deterred TV and radio stations from dealing with issues of public concern: Broadcasters had steered clear of
controversial discussions and provocative commentary because they were worried about possible disciplinary action.
Thus Schaufuss steered clear of
the copyright minefield, though for all intents and purposes, the new story mirrors Presley's life--the army, the drugs, woman problems, self-destruction--and at one point, the hero-dancer wears a white-sequined, flare-legged satin catsuit and sunglasses.