forward movement

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Nearly an hour later the Englishman succeeded in raising himself to his hands and knees, but at the first forward movement he pitched upon his face.
It was quite close now, but there were longer and longer pauses between its efforts to advance, and each forward movement seemed to the waiting Englishman to be almost imperceptible.
His forward movement was now confined to a slow drifting with the gentle breeze that blew out of the south-east, and when this died down with the setting of the sun, he let the flier sink gently to the mossy carpet beneath.
Once inside, the problem became simpler since Tarzan followed closely in the rear with his sharp spear point, an unremitting incentive to forward movement on the part of the lion.
But by 1896 enough had been done to warrant a forward movement.
Lisbeth had been rocking herself in this way for more than five minutes, giving a low moan with every forward movement of her body, when she suddenly felt a hand placed gently on hers, and a sweet treble voice said to her, "Dear sister, the Lord has sent me to see if I can be a comfort to you.
The wind and sea quickly stopped our forward movement, and we began to drift backward over the spot where the skiff had been.
Wilfred made a sudden forward movement and peered at him with burning eyes.
Exhaustion was indicated by the swimmer's forward movement being reversed one full meter by the current.
He believed in and advocated forward movement in human thought", he added.
At the moment, there is some forward movement on the issue," BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav told reporters after the meeting.
For the forward movement, turn your upper torso and hips towards the target.

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