Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of move.
  • n. A good ability to dance.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of move.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Everything moves in the midst of death, because it indeed _moves_; but it falls into the pit unawares and by its own action unmakes and disestablishes itself, until a wonderful visionary faculty is added, so that a ghost remains of what has perished to reveal that lapse and at the same time in a certain sense to neutralise it.

    The Life of Reason

  • Yet today, Escada's reputation for old-world glamour also poses a challenge as the label moves toward more contemporary and affordable everyday styles.

    Everyday Escada? Life After '80s Power Dressing

  • Today, Escada's reputation for old-world glamour also poses a challenge as the label moves toward more contemporary and affordable everyday styles.

    Escada's New Groove

  • When viewed with IE 7 the red line under the title moves up and covers part of the title.

    Newsline

  • Once a name moves into the mid teens, it's moved into more demanding territory from our perspective.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Nine times out of ten, alternate reality stories beg you not to take them seriously because they're usually one-off ideas that will eventually get left behind as the title moves along.

    IGN Comics

  • Steve Adler resigns after four years as top editor as the title moves from McGraw-Hill to Bloomberg.

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  • North Korea also warned it will take "our own missile striking action" against what it called moves by the U.S. and South Korea to eliminate the North's missiles.

    ABC News: Top Stories

  • THE Niger Delta Youth Movement (NDYM) has condemned what it called moves to blackmail

    Vanguard

  • LONDON AFP - A Premier League season that threatened to see Chelsea run away with the defence of their title moves into top gear on Wednesday with teams at both ends of the table having plenty to play for.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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