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“By 4:00 P.M. Ewell had discovered Branch's column moving on a parallel road.”
“Cavalryman Tom Rosser has spent a day on the Nottoway River immediately before moving on March 30–31 to Five Forks.”
“At 1:10 there came new and imperative instructions from Bragg: The enemy was moving on Drewry's Bluff; all the troops at Pickett's disposal must move out immediately and attack the Federals in the rear; this admitted of no delay.”
“Fleischer, Ari: on decline in looting on Everest-like evidence of WMDs on getting to the bottom on Iraq shouldering its own reconstruction moving on urged by on revisionist bull on WMDs”
“They had decided to read what they could in the scrolls here in this chamber before moving on to the cata-combs themselves.”
“They follow a single law, first derived in 1835 by Gaspard de Coriolis, that accounts for the behavior of fluids moving on a rotating earth.”
“Early in the morning of November 28, Lieutenant Colonel David Fox, the highest-ranking American officer on the ground in southern Afghanistan, arrived in Tarin Kowt and met with Karzai to urge him to start moving on Kandahar to increase the pressure on the Taliban leadership to surrender.”
“Now, with the hands moving on the face of my scuba diving watch, a graduation gift from my grandfather, I threw some lunch in my backpack, jumped in my ten-year-old Ford, still running but on its last legs, and set out for the early morning drive east on Sunrise Highway toward Mastic Beach.”
“Soviet relations, la Nixon-Kissinger, before moving on the arms front.”
“We were moving on to the far more complex playing field of Elkins Park Middle, the confluence of four different elementary schools, buses, locker combinations, changing classes, algebra, foreign languages.”
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