the lorry was unable to manoeuvre comfortably in the narrow street
English football has just about exhausted its room for manoeuvre in the domestic market.
There's little room for manoeuvre here, though.
And the Christmas launch date appeared to leave the company little room for manoeuvre should anything go wrong.
‘The majority of costs are wage costs; there is very little room for manoeuvre ,’ he said.
The company would not allow room for manoeuvre on anything.
A party which is willing to sacrifice any or all of its policy preferences will have more room to manoeuvre than a competitor who gets stuck on a principle.
In such circumstances, there would be some room for manoeuvre on interest rates.
Again, I cannot interfere in that, but I need to know what they are doing, and I think there is therefore room for manoeuvre in that matter.
But when the FBI or customs officers come calling, there is little room for manoeuvre .