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Steering

The process whereby builders, brokers, and rental property managers induce purchasers or lessees of real property to buy land or rent premises in neighborhoods composed of persons of the same race.

Steering is an unlawful practice and includes any words or actions by a real estate sales representative or Broker that are intended to influence the choice of a prospective buyer or tenant. Steering violates federal fair housing provisions that proscribe discrimination in the sale or rental of housing.

See: guidance, leading, management, supervision
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The authors' papers (Alexandru et al., 2011, Macaveiu & Alexandru, 2011)--with the idea of a pure mechanical structure --develop and underlie variants of linkages and cam mechanisms for the steering box of the rear axle which will drive the rear wheels and turn them under the integral steering requirements, respectively: at the beginning of a turn (at high speeds) the rear wheels are turned in the same direction to the front ones, return in normal position and then turn in the opposite position.
Without the modeling capabilities, this magnesium steering column would probably still be on the drawing board.
At the conclusion of the meeting, Vice Minister Nong Nguyen Quoc Tuan asked the drafting department to accept the opinions of members of the Steering Committee, finalize the operation regulations and assign the tasks of the Steering Committee.
ESC uses differential braking to counter understeer and oversteer, thus keeping the vehicle stable during steering maneuvers [18.19].
The steering wheel torque had to be designed so that the vehicle dynamics influencing the steering wheel torque reflects the maneuvering dynamics correctly.
It is expected that during manual vehicle operations, such steering assistance systems would provide the driver with external world recognition sensor information on obstacles and curves faster than could be provided by humans senses, thereby giving him or her some leeway to handle countermeasure operations.
Comparing with the hydraulic steering mode, skid steering mode use the different speed of each wheel to change the direction of the vehicle since there is no steering device.
With the addition of steering brakes, tiller wheels eventually proved to be unnecessary and disappeared from both clutch-brake and differential machines.
Many steering system configurations can include multiple steering stations and dual or triple cylinders.
Adaptive Steering changes the ratio between the driver's actions at the steering wheel - the number of turns - and how much the front wheels turn.
Order master steering gear, NSN 253001-580-3591, and slave steering gear, NSN 2530-01-580-3539, when it's time to replace your truck's steering gears.