I know that when manoeuvring on the ground, asymmetric thrust is often used, for example to assist in turns when taxiing.
Are there other circumstances in normal operations which might call for the use of deliberate asymmetric thrust in manoeuvring?
I am specifically not asking about emergency or other abnormal ops, flight testing or auto-throttle operation. I could rephrase the question as "in day-to-day ops of flying an multi-engine commercial jet, is asymmetric thrust ever used to manoeuvre the aircraft when not on the ground?".