Charter schools have leeway over their calendar, curriculum, and who they hire and fire.
Every designer deserves a degree of poetic license, leeway to shock and provoke.
Federal judges are afforded a great deal of leeway by the legal system due to the difficulty of removing them from office.
And the United States, in particular, gives its elected officials a tremendous amount of leeway and influence, if they want it.
Until Election Day, the right will likely keep giving Romney leeway, but that leeway will only go so far.
Such a contrivance helps to improve the leeway of so shallow a boat, although not proportionately to the area immersed.
leeway on the starboard tack is the same as westerly Variation.
Still, we've plenty left, and the eggs are coming in better now, though we've a deal of leeway to make up yet in that line.
"She's makin' leeway the best I can do," came back from Skipper Zeb.
It was nearly midnight; she had three hours left, three hours leeway before the return of her persecutor.