room for/to maneuver

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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

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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Monday that Athens' creditors had limited room for manoeuvre in what
However, Suarez has a little room for manoeuvre before Uruguay play their first match in Group D, against Costa Rica in Fortaleza on June 14.
Accprding to RoehrhoffA the group has enough room for manoeuvre in terms of takeovers.
Zombie companies are those that are just surviving but have little room for manoeuvre in the event of any further downturn or any one-off cash issues.
There seems little room for manoeuvre in the Premier playoff affair between Galway and Bray.
The baby is getting bigger and has less room for manoeuvre in there so when he tries to change position or bend his knees you'll feel a kick or his head or feet pressing into your ribs.
Having drawn their opening fixture 1-1 with the USA - and seen Slovenia steal a march with a 1-0 win over the Algerians - England have little room for manoeuvre.
And manager Dean Thomas has plenty of room for manoeuvre, with skipper Richard Lavery back in action, recent recruits Julian Joachim and Danny Pitham hoping for a first start and Coventry City Academy player Robert Ogleby arriving on a work experience deal.
With the country facing a pounds 178bn deficit, Mr Darling made clear that he would have only limited room for manoeuvre on March 24 when he delivers his final financial statement before the country goes to the polls.
Hicks Jr, son of Reds' co-owner Tom Hicks, was left with little room for manoeuvre after the contents of the e-mail found their way into the public domain.
Ideally we'd have a smaller squad so that would leave room for manoeuvre if I needed to strengthen in certain areas but that's not an option just now.
Now drivers on several routes, including the 18 and 21, are to be given extra guidance and training to help them get around the Bartley Green terminus Coun Bruce Lines (Cons, Bartley Green) said: "There is plenty of room for manoeuvre.
Just ahead of a critical visit to Moscow by Nicolas Sarkozy, Jose Manuel Barroso and Javier Solana, the EU's foreign ministers were confronted with Europe's limited room for manoeuvre over Russia, during their informal Council meeting, on 5 September, in Avignon.
7 billion emergency compensation package for people hit by the abolition of the 10p rate has left the Chancellor virtually no room for manoeuvre with the public finance