Potential successors began to manoeuvre.
For Hope, everything rides on Tuesday's orbit insertion manoeuvre.
“Everyone has their own way to go about things, I’ve found my manoeuvre.
They are still used by hunters, trappers, and other workers in areas where snowmobiles and other vehicles cannot manoeuvre.
America’s navy said the Chinese manoeuvre was “unsafe and unprofessional”.
The 72 satellites Spire has in orbit at the moment manoeuvre exclusively by differential drag.
It is equipped with thrusters that enable it to manoeuvre in space and will dock - or attach - to the space station under autonomous control.
But, for now, and despite Downing Street’s apparently aggressive manoeuvre over the Northern Ireland protocol, we can say this: investors still expect a Brexit deal.
There are forces pushing to give the UK little if any room for manoeuvre, led by President Emmanuel Macron who has apparently picked up support in Belgium and Spain.
Yet his much-criticised ambivalence is typical of every Iraqi leader who has to manoeuvre between the multiple centres of power that dominate the political landscape.
Here she describes what drove the British and the Americans in 2007 to try to bring back Benazir Bhutto, a manoeuvre that showed beyond all doubt the depth of Pakistan's doleful rentier status.
The German manoeuvre must be approved by the European Commission's statisticians, who are not immune to political pressure: they accepted both Italy's one-off Euro tax and a dubious payment by France Télécom to the French treasury.
It was widely understood that the charisma and ruthlessness he employed to manoeuvre himself into the best cars with the best team leaders to win three F1 world titles would also make him the perfect candidate for the presidency of his beloved Brazil.
With the Benn Act out of the way, they believe that some manoeuvre, some legislative judo move, by factions inside and outside the government, who favour a "clean Brexit" could leave no time for any effective counter… and Britain would be out, with no deal.
Designed for twins and suitable from birth all the way through to toddlerhood – this stylish double pushchair has a surprisingly small turning circle and front swivel wheels, so it’s really easy to manoeuvre even on a busy street or around narrow shop aisles.
Those include Uli Emanuele, famous for flying through a small rock window in Switzerland in 2015, and Alexander Polli, both of whom were killed in accidents in the Alps last month – in Polli’s case attempting to perform a spiral manoeuvre before hitting a tree.
Their conversation came after Mr McDonnell doubled down on his stance, saying: "I'm not being set up by Nicola Sturgeon to blame the UK government for blocking the will of the Scottish people - that's too trite a political manoeuvre that's been taken on at the moment.
But others believe central bankers’ efforts to stave off financial collapse have stored up problems for the future, and already low interest rates mean they will have little room for manoeuvre if inflation rises or – perhaps more likely – growth does not meet investors’ great expectations.
The rarity of these electoral circumstances reinforces the need for Trump to strive for a healing of frayed relations, and establish strong governing themes for his presidency which command popular understanding and support while affording him latitude for political development and manoeuvre.
With just three performances and a theatre capacity reduced from 1,400 seats to 249, the programme will be hugely boosted by another repurposing manoeuvre: their free annual open-air screening, sponsored by Porsche, will shift to a newly erected drive-in movie theatre, with capacity for 1,000 cars.
- a plan for attaining a particular goal
- act in order to achieve a certain goal
- direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
- a military training exercise
- a deliberate coordinated movement requiring dexterity and skill
- perform a movement in military or naval tactics in order to secure an advantage in attack or defense
- a move made to gain a tactical end
- an action aimed at evading an opponent
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