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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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color -- ran in SAC edition only) The firm that moved this ancient oak for Applied Energy Services has been hired to move ``Old Glory'' in Stevenson Ranch.
And Nesa and Alex Lisker, Russian Jews who moved to the neighborhood in 1988 to flee religious persecution in their homeland, said they've finally found their heaven on Earth.
Then there was Heidelberg USA, which moved eight miles of steel shelving, 35,000 pieces of inventory and 37 trailer loads of furniture and equipment - all within a 20-day period.
Stevens Worldwide Van Lines has moved 989 MTMC Pilot shipments within the past year.
3) A professional mover tends to have thicker furniture pads, better equipment and more experience than does the person whose belongings are being moved.
Since breaking through the 22 level in mid-November, TKTX moved ahead to retreat from and ultimately break resistance at the 26, 25, 24, and 23 levels respectively.
I have one question for that parent: If the shoe were on the other foot, and the other parent had custody of the children, how would she feel if that parent moved away with the children?
We've already moved back a few families we moved a couple years ago,'' Sheeler said.
This unwinding moved GE's short-interest ratio to a minimal 2.
Thanks to the piling on of optimism, the equity's Schaeffer's put/call open interest ratio (SOIR) moved to 0.
PC Relocator Ultra Control, Eisenworld's premium digital moving product, makes it easy to discover, rank, and choose items to be moved.
01 and has moved back into resistance at its 10-week and 20-week moving averages, but is still above support at its 10-month trendline.
Critical components, such as multi-processor SUN systems, and EMC storage arrays were moved separately to reduce risk of loss.