manoeuvre


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And if he did so, would he have to repeat the manoeuvre the next time?
From the wharf at Selby's we watched with careless interest the lubberly manoeuvre performed of bringing the yacht to anchor, and the equally lubberly manoeuvre of sending the small boat ashore.
The yacht, completing the manoeuvre, headed into the wind with slatting canvas, and righted to an even keel.
Then, a few minutes later, having digested his instructions and thoroughly mastered the manoeuvre, I would proceed to issue my orders.
The Channel Fleet will manoeuvre off Sheerness, waiting for it.
Captain Joey, the bottle-nosed regular customer in the glazed hat, is a pupil of the much-respected old school, and (having insinuated himself into the chamber, in the execution of the impontant service of carrying the drowned man's neck-kerchief) favours the doctor with a sagacious old-scholastic suggestion that the body should be hung up by the heels, 'sim'lar', says Captain Joey, 'to mutton in a butcher's shop,' and should then, as a particularly choice manoeuvre for promoting easy respiration, be rolled upon casks.
We perceived the effect of this manœuvre immediately, in a vastly increased rate of progress ; and, as the gale freshened, we flew with a velocity nearly inconceivable ; the guide-rope flying out behind the car, like a streamer from a vessel.
11 ( ANI ): Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) scientists on Wednesday said that the first trajectory correction manoeuvre of the maiden interplanetary mission to Mars had been carried out successfully.
A 12-YEAR-OLD saved a friend's life after learning about the Heimlich manoeuvre on children's TV show SpongeBob Square Pants.
We had critically read the paper by Marcus et al (2002), who randomised 20 anaesthetised children under two years of age to receive either a timed recruitment manoeuvre (30 cm[H.
Truck plazas require adequate space to allow big rigs to manoeuvre for fuelling and parking.
Lieutenant Paul Hanks claims the sudden manoeuvre, during a Hawk jet training flight from RAF Valley, left his Navy career in ruins after he was forced to retire on medical grounds.
The Epley manoeuvre for benign paroxysmal positional vertigo--Asystematic review.