Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of manoeuver.

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Examples

  • Page 220, non-standard spelling "manoeuvering" preserved. (weeks 'manoeuvering to make)

    Peking Dust

  • This kind of manoeuvering by the committee continues two or three days, during which time the people at the council-house recreate themselves by dancing.

    A Narrative of the Life of Mrs Mary Jemison

  • This kind of manoeuvering by the committee continues two or three days, during which time the people at the council-house recreate themselves by dancing.

    A Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison

  • "manoeuvering" aimed as protecting the reputations of Anvil Mining and the interests of people close to President Joseph Kabila in his fiefdom of Katanga.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "manoeuvering" aimed at protecting the reputations of Anvil Mining and the interests of people close to President Joseph Kabila in his fiefdom of Katanga.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • "manoeuvering" to sideline everyone from OMB director Peter Orszag to former Fed chair and current Economic Recovery Advisory Board chair, Paul Volcker.

    The Guardian World News

  • "manoeuvering" to sideline everyone from OMB director Peter Orszag to former Fed chair and current Economic Recovery Advisory Board chair, Paul Volcker.

    The Guardian World News

  • But he has difficulty manoeuvering around his belly.

    Problem solved

  • But he has difficulty manoeuvering around his belly.

    Problem solved

  • The problem is that the X-38 was designed around a very restricted mission profile, so it had no space manoeuvering capabilites, and very limited consumables (6 hours, IIRC).

    Abbey Lane: They're Back - NASA Watch

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