It also moves along with or without you, so if you fail to make a decision in time or explore an area fully, the plot may move along
Rizwan Naseer while reviewing arrangements for providing emergency medical cover to the mourning processions, said 14 rescue mobile posts will also move along
with the processions in the city.
1 : to move along
with the body close to the ground or floor : move slowly on hands and knees : crawl
A magnetic field tends to disrupt superconductivity when eddies of electric current created by the magnetic field move along
with the main current.
Although things move along
swiftly and zany characters and situations abound, this book is ultimately not very memorable.
Penning this note for my final issue as editor of Artforum, a publication that honored me with the challenge and responsibility of my position before I had imagined such a post a possibility; that has coddled me through eleven enormously productive--and intense--years; and that has allowed me to move along
on my own clock and (even more generously) on my own terms, I can say only: Thank you.
While there is, at present, neither great optimism nor demand, New Jersey's real estate market continues to move along
at a steady, but not remarkable, pace.
Geological Survey: "Plates can move along
, duck under, or ride over one another." And faults, or fractures caused by the shifting of rocks in Earth's crust, can create enormous stress over time.
They move along
to the continuous rhythms without shaping the dance by means of dynamic phrasing or nuances of timing.
Fifteen fire vehicles and 46 mobile posts will move along
1 : to move along
by feeling with the hands <He groped along the dark hallway.>
By controlling the composition of the solution consuming the rotaxanes, researchers can induce each molecule's ring to move along
the rod between two fixed positions.