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maneuverability

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  • n. Alternative form of manoeuvrability.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. the quality of being maneuverable

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Examples

  • A slight instability in an aircraft leads to increased maneuverability, which is highly desirable in fighter and attack aircraft.

    [flight dynamics] twist, dihedral and wingtips

  • Right in the store, compare features such as maneuverability and how easy it is to fold and recline the stroller seat.

    Big-ticket strollers

  • WHITFIELD: So, then, knowing those vulnerabilities, let's talk about what the pilot of a chopper may be keeping in mind, something that you experienced when in -- when in Afghanistan and flying on one of these military helicopters, getting an idea of the kind of maneuverability because of the vulnerabilities of this kind of aircraft.

    CNN Transcript Feb 8, 2007

  • Manuel said provinces were now enjoying the benefits arising from better management and policy "maneuverability", but there was still a deficit of skilled and experienced managers.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But the maneuverability which is being provided by the parliament to the finance minister to make adjustments throughout the year whether it is at the time of Budget, or post or pre-Budget, it is not very material.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • We have worked very hard in the last couple of years and the kind of maneuverability that we have just spoken about in the fourth quarter typifies the progress we've made.

    SeekingAlpha.com: Home Page

  • That kind of maneuverability, once enjoyed only by pro landscapers, is likely appealing to today‚Äôs ruralpolitans.

    Most Influential Home Products of the Decade, Part IV: Wood-pellet stoves and zero-turn-radius mowers

  • Ping An wouldn't comment on the NSSF issue, but a spokeswoman said it opted for a private placement after doing "lots of research on laws and regulations," and considering the issue of "maneuverability."

    Behind Ping An's Odd Deal

  • With their speed and maneuverability, well-armed horsemen could be an effective counter to the Macedonian foot soldiers and their sarissa spears.

    Alexander the Great

  • "All presidents want to preserve maneuverability and authority, that is natural," said Elisa Massimino, president of the civil rights organization Human Rights First.

    Obama Administration Plans Guantanamo Showdown With Congress

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