move (one's) body

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move (one's) body

To dance. Get up and move your body! The band is playing your favorite song!
See also: body, move
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They added that "Daash burned them alive in the prison yard in the central city of Mosul, and ordered not to move their bodies to the forensic medicine in Mosul" .
I use the umbrellas for a visual of how to move their bodies, but I like them to come up with the ideas first," she says.
As animals rely on muscles to move their bodies around, so machines use devices known as actuators for their motions.
Roy also became counselor and confidant, a shoulder for paralyzed young men and women to lean on when they began to think their lives were over now that they could no longer move their bodies.
Players move their bodies to navigate through learning adventures in core preschool and elementary subjects.
Very sensitive to the emotional needs of the students, she likewise hopes to integrate a staff psychologist in order that the young dancers will learn not only to move their bodies but also to talk about their needs, fears, and questions.