Did you mayhaps mean maneuvering?
- n. Plural form of maneuvering.
“But the fascination of watching their maneuverings is starting to take precedence over finding interesting games and talking to the people who make them.”
“The architect of the maneuverings is a shadowy corporate figure named Robert Morgado, who oversaw operations of the Warner Music Group.”
“The maneuverings were a textbook military operation, if the military shopped at Pottery Barn.”
“This kind of maneuverings is no longer new in Philippine politics.”
“When Abhisit came to power in the army-pressured political maneuverings that followed, it was the opposition "Red Shirts" who protested — first overrunning a regional summit in 2009 that saw heads of state evacuated off a hotel rooftop, then staging last year's two-month demonstration, which paralyzed the capital.”
“In both cases, the government's depredations were inspired by behind-the-scenes maneuverings of business rivals.”
“As legal maneuverings ground me into dust, I heard my über-zen pal Tracy whisper: You have your kids seventy percent of the time; everything else is just stuff.”
“Its arcane rules and procedural maneuverings especially lately, as it has been locked in partisan gridlock have not made this body of leaders look terribly effective, to say the least.”
“The two are also involved in legal maneuverings over a multimillion dollar stake in the company.”
“He applies to and is accepted at his father's old East Coast prep school, though he and his father have been estranged for years, mostly through the maneuverings of his mother.”
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