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Then, after tea, the wind veers round, and you have to pull hard in its teeth all the way home.
We have only subtext, a fragile thread of thought that veers wildly from line to line.
It never veers too far in any direction or falls back on cliche.
This comparison allows physicians to see if a baby's development slows radically or otherwise veers away from what is considered normal for that particular child.
Despite being bold and memorable, it veers just short of being too strong.