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manoeuvre

(US), maneuver
1. Aerounautics a planned movement of an aircraft in flight
2. Nautical any change from the straight steady course of a ship
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When it comes to manoeuvrability, the JCB Hydradig features three steer modes: 2WS, 4WS, and 'crab steer'.
"Our reference in terms of flexibility is our Citerdial, a rubber hose developed and recognized globally for its manoeuvrability in milk handling.
This degree of manoeuvrability alone explains why member No.3 will leave little chance of survival to a vehicle even if it stops dead in its tracks at the last moment in the very remote hope of escaping a sad end.
[The] Ra'ad cruise missile...has stealth capabilities, is a low flying, terrain hugging missile with high manoeuvrability and pinpoint accuracy."
ROV pilots like the finger-tip manoeuvrability of the Falcon and its ability to hold steady in strong cross-currents.
The multi-directional steering system enables it to travel sideways when carrying long loads or forwards like a conventional counterbalance truck, and it can also rotate on the spot to maximise manoeuvrability and minimise turning space.
STABILITY in work, great manoeuvrability, and wide scope for adjustment of cutting and conditioning units should make Kuhn's latest trailed mower conditioner ideally suited to the UK's more demanding terrain.
The bigger buses will hold more passengers and help improve access for wheelchairs but they will also be more cumbersome, and weaker EU manoeuvrability tests demanded by Europe's main bus makers in Germany and Holland mean they could pose a threat to pedestrians, according to the British Government.
at testing the extreme in flight manoeuvrability, including the end flight manoeuvrability; capable of defeating, by assured penetration, any currently available BMD system in our neighborhood or any other system under procurement/development.
Furthermore, the old vessels still make use of normal propellers with rudders with a restricted manoeuvrability and no longer fit the vision of sustainability that the RNLN has for the future.
The coin is split into four and features a wheel for manoeuvrability, a target for accuracy, a stopwatch for speed and the face of Big Ben to represent London and time.
THE Coventry and District Group of Advanced Motorists is holding a "manoeuvrability skills day" at the Ricoh Arena on Sunday.