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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of manoeuver.


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  • Bee sat, I manoeuvered and Chris lifted into our hatch.

    The Cult of Phil & Ted's

  • Bee sat, I manoeuvered and Chris lifted into our hatch.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • The point is, I manoeuvered my way into basically three weekends off in a row, and now I feel guilty.

    ana-ng Diary Entry

  • So he successfully manoeuvered back to the proper role of opposition.

    Ignatieff, Fork, Done

  • The timing of such an intervention will be manoeuvered with careful deliberation if Israel is not to derail the peace process that's been set in motion during the Annapolis Conference.

    Jerusalem Post: Annapolis Out of the Way, Israel Deliberates Sending Army Into Gaza

  • No more need you be out-manoeuvered in political debate!

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • She manoeuvered him into calling on her at her home, into studying her books and plays on the top-floor sitting-room, into hearing her sing.

    The Titan

  • And so Cowperwood was manoeuvered into the giant banking office, where Mr. Gotloeb extended a genial hand.

    The Titan

  • With front wheels nicking the wrought-steel bumper of the car in front, he stopped, feverishly cramped his steering-wheel, slid back into the vacant space and, with eighteen inches of room, manoeuvered to bring the car level with the curb.


  • "Proper and responsible management of land-use calls upon us not to be manoeuvered into a situation where development approvals, which may be detrimental to the environment and broader economy of the area and the province, can be ` bought 'by huge cash offers to relieve emotionally loaded social problems."

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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