Two separate people spilled beer on my head as they tried to maneuver around me, cursing me in the process for ruining a perfectly good pint.
Also, larger oars were heavy and clumsy to maneuver and required multiple oarsmen.
I had situated myself in the far corner of the classroom, a tactical maneuver on my part.
The next several weeks Landon's recovery progressed to the point where he had some movement in his arms and could maneuver in a wheelchair.
For example, blind people can maneuver through unfamiliar areas with the aid of seeing-eye dogs or canes.
the truck was unable to maneuver comfortably in the narrow street
It was crowded, and I had to maneuver around many people, but finally she led us into an empty corridor.
I may vote for him purely as a strategic maneuver .
Up until this point almost all swords were heavy and required more strength than skill to maneuver .
the economic policy provided no room for maneuver