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A rudder is a device used to steer a ship or other watercraft[?]. In its simplest form, a rudder is a flat sheet of material attached with hinges to the ship's stern. A tiller[?] - basically, a stick or pole - is attached to the top of the rudder to allow it to be turned in different directions.

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