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Synonyms for manoeuver

act in order to achieve a certain goal

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perform a movement in military or naval tactics in order to secure an advantage in attack or defense

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In 2018, models should have the ability to avoid hazards and to change lanes, and by 2020, vehicles should be able to autonomously manoeuver through crowded city roads.
Among its features are greater ability to manoeuver within limited space.
A third video shows a driver in Leicestershire stuck on the tracks after the barriers had come down, leaving her with a tight gap for her to manoeuver to safety.
Your business network will likely be traversed by attackers as they manoeuver past all layers of defences, finding ways to pivot into your card data environment.
Shaker said the reason behind the outage was a maintenance manoeuver on a 500 kV circuit in a power plant in Cairo.
Spirometry is the most common lung function test, but not every patient is able to perform a forced expiratory manoeuver during this measurement.
Konashenkov said that it was "impossible to perform such a manoeuver with thousands of soldiers with weapons and military equipment in such a short time.
Most of the potentials (84%) were recorded during the manoeuver in which the surgical field was exposed and at the time of closure, not during the lengthening or reduction of the femur.
The app, which hit Android in January, helps you manoeuver through a maze of accommodation options online, getting you just what you need
The puppeteer manipulates the voodoo rig and these actions are interpreted by computer and transmitted by radio waves to make the hydraulic cylinders in the actual dinosaur replicate the action, with a driver hidden below the animal, helping to manoeuver it around the arena.
While payout ratio for preferred stock is fixed (3% of RAS bottom line), owners of common stock get no less than 20% of net income under IFRS, leaving room for manoeuver.
Not only had North Korea executed a complicated "dog leg" manoeuver, but it had also placed the satellite in a near circular orbit.
Mourning, for Wordsworth, was not a matter of raw emotions but rather of "critical reflections on those reactions after the fact," and his only named lament, a revision of Helen Maria Williams's poem on Mary, Queen of Scots, consequently shifts the focus from "the one who mourns to the one who watches the one who mourns," a distancing manoeuver that parallels changes in the wider culture of bereavement.
The team, however, did experience some difficulties initially, as the operation was carried out in a deserted location making it hard to manoeuver around such large sands dunes.
The court accepted that the discharge was necessary to preserve the security and health of the truck driver, but it mentioned that an experienced driver would not have attempted the manoeuver that led to the discharge.