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  • Bush 'On The Move' in Iraq yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Bush \'On The Move\' in Iraq '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: -- Bush says "we\'re on the move" in Iraq.

    Bush 'On The Move' in Iraq

  • The goal of the initiative, which goes by the acronym Move On short for Mobilization of Vulnerable Elders in Ontario, is to ensure that staff of busy hospital wards don't lose sight of the fact that seniors are in a critical use-it-or-lose-it phase of life.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Unfortunately, the depiction of the underworld mileu in Nobody Move is rote, the characters too clueless to be interesting, and the style sacrificed to cinematic realism.

    What's Going On?

  • Unfortunately, the depiction of the underworld mileu in Nobody Move is rote, the characters too clueless to be interesting, and the style sacrificed to cinematic realism.

    Comedy in Literature

  • Unfortunately, the depiction of the underworld mileu in Nobody Move is rote, the characters too clueless to be interesting, and the style sacrificed to cinematic realism.

    February 2010

  • So to the OP, where you said this "the Move is miming the Wii too blatantly" your talking nothing but crap to be honest.

    Unmoved by PlayStation Move « PubliCola

  • Unfortunately, the depiction of the underworld mileu in Nobody Move is rote, the characters too clueless to be interesting, and the style sacrificed to cinematic realism.

    Genre Fiction

  • The non-profit America On the Move is offering USA TODAY readers a special deal of two pedometers for $14.95 at dietchallenge. usatoday.com and www. americaonthemove.org/or by calling 877-866-8663.

    Time is of the exercise essence

  • The non-profit America On the Move is offering USA TODAY readers a special deal of two pedometers for $14.95 at dietchallenge. usatoday.com and www. americaonthemove.org/or by calling 877-866-8663.

    Friends help carry the burden of dieting

  • The non-profit America On the Move is offering USA TODAY readers a special deal of two pedometers for $14.95 at dietchallenge. usatoday.com and www. americaonthemove.org/or by calling 877-866-8663.

    Walk it out: It doesn't take many steps to see benefits

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