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Could you help me move the bookcase away from the wall?
The traffic was barely moving.
The boat was now moving swiftly over the water.
It was so hot that I didn’t feel like moving.
She moved quickly towards the door.
We’ll be moving around a lot, and you may be unable to reach us.
I think you’ll find you only moved three places instead of four.
Management is moving in a new direction.
Events were moving rapidly.
We’re moving next week.
Jill’s moved to Boston.
Moving house can be quite a stressful experience.
The police moved swiftly to prevent a riot.
We need to move to the next item on the agenda.
The country has only recently begun moving towards democracy.
She moved from studying law to studying medicine.
I’d like to move my appointment to 9.30.
He refuses to move on the salary issue.
It was his anger that moved him to speak up.
After her success, she felt moved to help other people.
You can’t fail to be moved by the plight of these people.
We move in such different circles that I’m surprised we ever met.
We couldn’t move the stuff even at half the price.
We’re really moving now!
I move that we adjourn.
It’s likely the other side will move for a retrial.
It’s time to be moving.