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manoeuvre the apostles

obsolete To borrow or take money from one person or source to repay the debt of another (i.e., rob Peter to pay Paul). Mr. Hardy's firm has fallen into arrears of late, and the solicitor has been manoeuvring the apostles just to keep the business viable.
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freedom of maneuver

The space and ability to make changes to something. Hurry up! We don't have much freedom of maneuver in our schedule!
See also: freedom, maneuver, of

room for/to maneuver

The space and ability to make changes to something. Hurry up! We don't have much room to maneuver in our schedule!
See also: maneuver, room

maneuver for (something)

To attempt to contrive oneself into a position, whether physically or figuratively, by which one is able to achieve or obtain something. There was no order to the viewing area, with everyone competing with one another to maneuver for better spots to see the race. With the retirement of the COO last week, I've been maneuvering for a stronger position within the company.
See also: maneuver

maneuver (one) into (doing something)

To cause, compel, or convince one to do something through subtle, duplicitous, or fraudulent manipulation. The prime minister has been slowly maneuvering members of parliament and the public alike into passing legislation that gives him more power. She maneuvered her siblings into signing over their rights to the estate to her.
See also: maneuver

maneuver (one) out of (something)

To cause one to lose something or to not do something through subtle, duplicitous, or fraudulent manipulation. She maneuvered her siblings out of accepting their rights to their parents' estate so that she would have sole control over it.
See also: maneuver, of, out

freedom of/room for maˈnoeuvre

the chance to change the way that something happens and influence decisions that are made: Small businesses have limited room for manoeuvre.
See also: freedom, manoeuvre, of, room
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"It is very rare to perform collision avoidance manoeuvres with active satellites," ESA explained in aTwitter thread.
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The modification of this manoeuvre11 termed the particles repositioning manoeuvre (PRM), have become more popular.
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We fully agree with Professor Salihoglu that a clear description of inspiratory pressures, duration of application, and oxygen concentration used during studies of recruitment manoeuvres should be given in order to allow appropriate interpretation of the results and reproducibility.
"The final orbit raising manoeuvre of Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft was successfully carried out today at 02:21 am IST.
Figure 1 presents the simulation results of nondimensional linear components of sway force and yaw moment for the 10[degrees]/10[degrees] zigzag manoeuvre of a Mariner vessel [40].
Results: Of the 30 cases managed by Semont manoeuvre, 25 showed complete relief of symptoms after 01 month.
The ex-Fleet Air Arm lieutenant, now of Seahill Road, Saughall, Chester, says the manoeuvre caused a ``popping sensation'' in his spine.
Epley's manoeuvre for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo: A prospective study.
Starting with the Heimlich manoeuvre is no longer advised.
ISRO scientists said that the manoeuvre was effected at 6.30 a.m.
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Klinkrad, "Collision avoidance manoeuvres during spacecraft mission lifetime: risk reduction and required AV" Advances in Space Research, vol.
Arthur, "Missile avoidance manoeuvres with simultaneous decoy deployment," in Proceedings of the AIAA Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference, pp.