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move aside

to step or move out of the way. Please move aside. Could you please move aside so we can get this cart through?
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He called for the first time for the leader of Syria to embrace democracy or move aside.
Keane caused a stir when he admitted that he would move aside if a younger, fitter striker came through the ranks to take over his mantle in green shirt of Ireland.
MOVE aside IPLC* Here comes CCL ( Celebrity Cricket League), a tournament featuring teams from Hindi, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil and Malayalam film industries.
Move aside Wii Fit, if you really want to drop those extra pounds quick have a go at the latest Shaun White Snowboarding.
Mr Brown said he would refuse to move aside even if senior Labour figures told him it would help the party retain seats at a general election, arguing that his focus was on tackling the recession and pushing through a programme of constitutional reform.
Move aside Gavin and Charlotte - Wales has a hot new celebrity couple.
As it pumps lava up, it forces each wall of the mid-ocean ridge to move aside," explains Lutz.
And subcompact car drivers did everything but throw rose petals out their sunroof to signal that they would move aside at my whim.
We need a leader who will move swiftly, move decisively or move aside.
Move aside, Rachel - there's plenty of girls ready to take your place.
When an object moves through air at higher speeds, the air molecules can no longer move aside naturally but must be shoved aside (so to speak) faster than they want to go.
Move aside The Stone Roses, and make way for Lily Allen.
But Vladimir Putin brushed the move aside, recognising Crimea as an independent nation after voters there voted in a referendum to join Russia.