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  • v. Present participle of outmanoeuvre.


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  • Once I did succeed in outmanoeuvring Demetrios, so that my bow bumped into him amidships.


  • I have become adept at outmanoeuvring him, but I have to be quick.

    Exit the Actress

  • While Egyptian political parties attempt to gain an edge in the growing vacuum of governance since the resignation of the interim cabinet, it is the people of Tahrir Square who are outmanoeuvring them to win the hearts and minds of the rest of the country.

    Firas Al-Atraqchi: Something Remarkable Is Happening in Egypt

  • Was this an indication of instability, or a move aimed at outmanoeuvring the Islamist forces who may have been responsible for his death?

    Libya: neighbourhood watch | Editorial

  • The show's ire was not aimed at an underclass which never had a chance, but at a venal political class, more concerned with outmanoeuvring rivals and extorting kickbacks.

    :Acquired Taste

  • This is a talent that is not particularly useful when dealing with planet and moon busting weapons, or outmanoeuvring spacefleets and coming up with groovy ship technology.

    Archive 2007-06-01

  • During this particular game Puskás took the ball from one end of the field, outmanoeuvring all the opponents.

    Of football and politics

  • And, of course, outmanoeuvring the would-be horse-thieves was always satisfying, especially when both sides knew they'd be back for more later.

    Boiling a Frog

  • And other countries, particularly Japan, are outmanoeuvring U.S. industry and technology at every turn.

    Canada and the U.S.—Border or Bridge?

  • It told of fruitless marching and counter-marching across the plains, of the army's discontent because the French seemed to be outmanoeuvring the British, beating them without a battle being fought, and Hogan hinted that soon the army might be retreating on Salamanca.

    Sharpe's Sword


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