move to

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Spell-bound and motionless, I could neither speak nor move to avert the impending destruction; and still the noise grew louder, and the King came closer, when I awoke to find the breakfast-bell recalling me to the realities of Flatland.
Where can I possibly move to, sir, more nor I do move
There is, thus, no body that moves upward and if there is one that moves upward by force, another body will, by necessity, move to its place naturally and that would create inconsistency.
If a MAF deserts, is imprisoned or dies while on active duty, a permanent change of station for the spouse or dependent includes a move to the place of enlistment or to his member's, his spouse's or dependent's home of record or nearer point in the U.
s move to 1251 Avenue of the Americas, the former Exxon building, and 1345 Avenue of the Americas, the Alliance Capital Building.
Whenever a left-hander has a good move to first, the baserunner is going to begin thinking of countering it with a move of his own - stealing on the pitcher's first movement.
Because CPA firms profit from the time members spend working for clients, excessive downtime during a move to a new location or a new office can be very costly.
A move to a new position in a new organization is exciting and fraught with promise.