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move along

1. To begin or continue to advance forward. Said especially as a command. Let's move along before the police show up! Move along, everyone—this conversation is no one's business but ours.
2. To instruct, direct, or compel someone to advance forward. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "move" and "along." The police finally showed up to move along the crowd of onlookers. I'm sorry, ma'am, but I need to move you along—your car is blocking access to this alley.
See also: move

move along

to continue to move; to start moving out of the way. (Often a command.) The crowd moved along slowly. Please just move along. There is nothing to see here.
See also: move
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About night we landed at one of them little Missouri towns high up toward Iowa, and had supper at the tavern, and got a room upstairs with a cot and a double bed in it, but I dumped my bag under a deal table in the dark hall while we was moving along it to bed, single file, me last, and the landlord in the lead with a tallow candle.
Or was there, as it rather seemed, a circle of ominous shadow moving along with his deformity whichever way he turned himself?
As she looked round Durbeyfield was seen moving along the road in a chaise belonging to The Pure Drop, driven by a frizzle-headed brawny damsel with her gown-sleeves rolled above her elbows.
But, he had not gone the length of three streets, when he saw another of the shawled figures in advance of him, at which he looked so keenly that perhaps its mere shadow indistinctly reflected on the wet pavement - if he could have seen it without the figure itself moving along from lamp to lamp, brightening and fading as it went - would have been enough to tell him who was there.
By this time the plane was moving along the ground and even then Usanga was upon the verge of leaping out, and would have done so had he been able to unfasten the strap from about his waist.
"We ought to be moving along a line that'll cross somewhere northard of New Zealand," Daughtry guessed to himself, after a hundred stolen glances into the binnacle.
I got to be moving along. I'll fetch Goshen before daylight."
Monday's sharp rally, which came following hopes that a resolution to the U.S./China trade war were moving along, has been partially unwound on Tuesday.
On China, he said negotiations were "moving along well" after recently delaying the March 1 deadline that would have increased US tariffs on Beijing.
Taking to his Twitter handle, Trump said that discussions "moving along nicely" and would continue at the G-20 summit in Argentina, adding that he and Xi also discussed North Korea.
The Japanese-produced basketball anime 'Barangay 143'' appears to be moving along as scheduled and has been reported to have a Tagalog-dubbed version when it airs in the Philippines.
"All mobile posts and ambulances with medical kits will be moving along with the processions to provide mourners immediate treatment in case of any emergency," they said adding that Emergency Officers including trained doctors would supervise all the arrangements.
Our country used to move along with the loony left, now we are moving along with the rampant right; very highly educated people on both sides of parliament, yet with no down to earth business experience between them.
President Barack Obama said on Tuesday the international community was "moving along fairly quickly" toward imposing fresh sanctions on Iran, as the Islamic Republic further expanded
After several overs in which Bangladesh barely kept the score moving along, their captain came suddenly to life to sprint over the finish line.
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