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move (from some place) (to some place)

to travel from one place to another. The whole family moved from Denver to Chicago. We moved to the country.
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Thus, to stay within the time limits imposed on games, chess programs can preview only a certain number of moves.
The Department of Defense generates an average of 612,000 personal property moves a year.
The intense pressure of playing a supercomputer with the ability to calculate billions of moves each minute appeared to wear on Kasparov.
Both novice and experienced judges rated same moves most accurately, followed by new moves and then different moves.
With normal inflation, the costs associated with individual moves will not allow for moving charges to be reduced, he said.
Although the primary tenants of the Durst-developed 4 Times square - the law firm Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom and Conde Nast - were not expected to make their moves to their new, environmentally sophisticated home for another 18 months, there will be a lot of breath-holding all over town until the damaged scaffolding is safely on the ground and full work has resumed.
World events are making it difficult for transporters to pinpoint the number of Department of Defense household goods moves that will be made during this summer surge.
The firm provides project consulting and development, move management, furniture installation management, surplus furniture disposition, relocation communications to employees, file systems conversions, and a host of other consulting services that both simplify and tighten the relocation process.
On average, the firm conducts 15,000 domestic moves a year and 5,000 international moves.
The All My Sons Moving reviews site was recently launched with the intent to be dedicated specifically to the feedback of customers from prior moves.
Personnel planners try to schedule change-of-station moves to coincide with the summer months in order to lessen the impact on military families.
This situation, combined with the fact that most of America moves every five years on average, represents a significant opportunity for local independent businesses who wish to grow and profit," Siff added.
While it handles just a fraction of the 613,000 moves of the Military Traffic Management Command every year, the program's creative approach appears to benefit service members at every turn.
This is due to a significant decline in military shipments and an increase in commercial moves.
And, according to the American Moving and Storage Association, nearly half of all moves are completed between the beginning of May and Labor Day.