Certain symbols pulled up certain features of the ships or angles of battle, similar to how picture-symbols in her video games on earth brought up different functions, allowing her to maneuver characters in the game or review the armament and skills of her opponents.
The whole maneuver took less than a minute and Dean was out the door.
She wasn't able to maneuver in his firm grip.
The slope dropped at a precarious angle, impossible to maneuver unsecured, only a few degrees from the perpendicular.
Ryland suggested they carry her to his first floor room instead of trying to maneuver her upstairs.
Kutuzov's merit lay, not in any strategic maneuver of genius, as it is called, but in the fact that he alone understood the significance of what had happened.
The strategic position where the operations would take place was familiar in all its details to the Austrian General Weyrother: a lucky accident had ordained that the Austrian army should maneuver the previous year on the very fields where the French had now to be fought; the adjacent locality was known and shown in every detail on the maps, and Bonaparte, evidently weakened, was undertaking nothing.
And it is even more difficult to understand just why they think that this maneuver was calculated to save Russia and destroy the French; for this flank march, had it been preceded, accompanied, or followed by other circumstances, might have proved ruinous to the Russians and salutary for the French.
He had no diplomatic leverage, no room for maneuver and no voice in the international diplomacy of unification.
So it is impossible to understand by what reasoning the historians reach the conclusion that this maneuver was a profound one.