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move house

To relocate from one house or place of residence to another. Primarily heard in UK. We only moved house last spring, but because of Pete's new job, we're going to have to do it again next month!
See also: house, move
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The researchers believe the change in behaviour linked to moving house means there is a "window of opportunity" for policymakers to promote greener travel.
Moving house is also adding to the stress of the festive season.
Moving house is one of the most stressful things you can do and MB added to that stress.
With such sales, fall-throughs tend to be rare because the seller is genuinely committed to moving house, rather than just being on the market "to see what happens".
A giant tube of Halen Mon ison|lowered into the building during construction - salt is a symbol of good luck and in Japan it is often presented to people moving house A giant tube of Halen Mon ison|lowered into the building during construction - salt is a symbol of good luck and in Japan it is often presented to people moving house
John Whiteley, who runs the business, said: "At the moment we are really busy with people moving house and requiring units to keep their furniture in while their house move goes through.
com)-- People must not forget to change their boiler breakdown cover account details when moving house, 247 Home Rescue has argued.
Moving House MOVING house takes a lot of planning Getting boxes, taking up carpets, washing Paintwork, sweeping the floors and getting covered in Dust, Children toys everywhere.
Contract notice: New moving house - plastic windows and sun protection.
I'M moving house this weekend and after a week of packing, I've come to a startling conclusionI really need less stuff.
Moving house and starting school can be a daunting prospect, and Posy's experience is no different.
PEOPLE moving house in the North move on average half as far as people in the South because of a stronger sense of loyalty to their home town, according to North East research.
He said: "No one should fear moving house or areas because they are worried that they will lose out on vital care and support"
THE cost of moving house has risen at a faster rate than house prices have themselves over the last decade, a study has suggested.