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Move

To make an application to a court for a rule or order, or to take action in any matter. The term comprehends all things necessary to be done by a litigant to obtain an order of the court directing the relief sought. To propose a resolution, or recommend action in a deliberative body. To pass over; to be transferred, as when the consideration of a contract is said to move from one party to the other. To occasion; to contribute to; to tend or lead to.

move

v. to make a motion in court applying for a court order or judgment. (See: motion, movant)

move

(Alter position), verb abscond, alter the position, break camp, carry, change an abode, change place, change residence, come away, commovere, convey, depart, emigrate, exit, flee, go, go away, go forth, go from home, go on, go one's way, journey, leave, leave a place, move out, part company, progress, propel, push on, put in motion, remove, slip away, slip off, take flight, transfer, translocate, transport, transpose, vacate, walk away, walk off

move

(Judicially request), verb apply, ask for, introduce, make a demand, make a motion, make a petition, make a request, make a requisition, make application, make formal application, make one's submission, offer for consideration, petition, propose, propose a motion, propose an action formally, put forth, put forward, put up a petition, referre, request, requisition, submit, submit a formal request
Associated concepts: motion practice, move the court
See also: act, carry, compel, constrain, dislocate, displace, enterprise, further, impress, incite, influence, inspire, interest, leave, maneuver, motivate, operate, operation, persuade, pose, prevail, prevail upon, proffer, prompt, propose, propound, provoke, reach, reason, recommend, remove, spirit, step, stimulate, transfer, transport, undertaking, urge, vacate, venture
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The moves include service member and civilian relocations managed by the Surface Deployment and Distribution Command.
Thus, it is not possible for a part of the heaven to move without being touched by the mover during its movement toward it either by force (bi'l-qasr), or by nature (bi'l-tab').
The last major move was forced by the Sylmar Earthquake in 1971.
That a computer which relies largely on speedily checking the consequences of billions of possible moves could come so close to matching the human capabilities required to play the game at its highest level was a striking achievement for the team that des igned, built, and programmed Deep Blue.
No improvements were made, and the expense was not considered an installation cost, since the machinery had already been set up and used prior to the move.
If the move will be very large, the mover should provide a list of comparable moves performed in the last year.
The business focus of the plan is on the commercial firms who move the personal property, said Locklear.
It took 20 to 25 workers about three hours to move three planes into their next positions, he said.
Both novice and experienced judges rated same moves most accurately, followed by new moves and then different moves.
If a bad move occurs, and a local transportation officer issues a suspension, a firm with paper companies has others to fall back on to maintain business.
and you do the best you can to absorb their costs, but when they become difficult, we take out the gun - the clause in the lease that says we have the legal right to move them," Bendit said.
Service members moving in this spring-summer's high personal property move period may be getting a break this year.