out-manoeuvred love

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  • She had been out-manoeuvred and out-run, to say nothing of her having been unceremoniously tumbled in the gravel, and her arrival was like that of a tornado — made up of offended dignity, justifiable wrath, and instinctive hatred for this marauder from the Wild.

    The Southland

  • Brock, the conservative zealot, is out-manoeuvred by rival Washington players.

    Rereading: Vineland by Thomas Pynchon

  • Until and unless we develop new structures to deal with this changed method of warfare, we will continue to be lethally out-manoeuvred.

    A new kind of warfare

  • After Mwanawasa's death in August, he out-manoeuvred a dozen other potential candidates within the party to secure the nomination of the ruling Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD).

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • On the other hand, as I said in my post below, it may be that Bush has simply been out-manoeuvred by both the spooks and the State Department.

    The thousand volt farce

  • I see that more and more of Britain's money is going East - our NET contributions into the EU are going to DOUBLE in the next few years according to the Telegraph's website. - thanks to the brilliant deal our Dear Leader got in Brussels when he was comprehensively out-manoeuvred by Chirac.

    The Baltic 'Sea of Plenty'

  • In fact, by any definition of “hero”, Sharrow is a failure – she is out-manoeuvred at every turn, and only manages to reach the next stage of her quest more by accident than by design.

    I’m As Surprised As Anyone That I’ve Been Keeping Up With This… « It Doesn't Have To Be Right…

  • Microsoft seem to have out-manoeuvred Sun on that.

    James Gosling reveals secret X-Men alter ego

  • On the other hand, as I said in my post below, it may be that Bush has simply been out-manoeuvred by both the spooks and the State Department. posted by GayandRight @ 9:40 AM

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Meanwhile, Andrew Davies, who is already credited as having out-manoeuvred Carwyn once in the race to be Economic Development Minister, is described as lacking charisma:

    Leader of the pack

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