He asked the tough questions, often veering into uncomfortable territory.
This time around, however, the US Treasury Department appears to be veering toward the problematic Japanese approach.
Once the state of opportunity, California is now veering on a cycle of decline that will be difficult to reverse, writes Tom Gray.
The reaction to this development has engendered a fear that cultural morality is veering out of control.
This darker sensibility keeps the book, to its great credit, from veering toward The Devil Wears Prada territory.
They kept straight, veering neither to left nor right, for her sake.
Grief sprang to the wheel and put it hard over, veering the Mahhini to port.
All at once my left fore tire exploded violently, veering me aside into a mile-post.
It was veering northwards every minute, and rising to the force of a hurricane.
Public opinion was veering around, when it was reported that she had been summoned to appear before a magistrate.
1580s, "to change direction" (originally with reference to the wind), from Middle French virer "to turn," of uncertain origin, perhaps from the Latin stem vir- in viriae (plural) "bracelets;" or perhaps from a Vulgar Latin contraction of Latin vibrare "to shake." Related: veered, veering.