move into (some place)

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move into (some place)

To move one's things into a particular location so as to make it one's new residence or place of business. I heard Janet and Sarah are moving into a house together. I bet it won't be long before they get married! Now that the company is hiring a few more people, we decided to move into a bigger office.
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move someone or something into something

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to cause someone or something to enter something or some place. We moved Carla into the spare room. We found a vacant room and moved in the piano.
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It is also important to note that the 11 Madison space was freed up as a result of the corporate restructuring and downsizing of Met Life, who was the former occupant of the space which First Boston will be moving into.
The top five melodramas of moving house according to fish4homes include the previous occupants continually changing the moving out date (37%), the endless hours spent packing and unpacking between houses (33%), moving into a grotty, filthy house (28%), dealing with tedious administrative tasks such as sending out change of address letters (27%) and moving into a house that has been stripped bare of its contents by previous occupants e.g.
"We need the proper tools to keep operations efficient and safe while moving into the 21st century."
Prices going into August were in the low-to-mid 70s, with secondary smelter grades moving into the mid-60s.
Obviously pleased by their response, Jesus says encouragingly, "Come and see." And then, John tells us, "They came and saw where he was staying, and they remained with him that day." In this simple and understated narrative, we see that the form of Christian discipleship is not primarily listening or learning but rather moving into the "house" of Jesus, discerning his mode of life, being with him at close quarters.
We commonly refer to this movement (busting across the lane and then moving into the post position above the block) as "walking your man up or down the lane to the set-up position."
According to many real estate sources, Skadden Arps will be moving into the top 650,000 square feet at 4 Times square and will be moving out of nearly 800,000 square feet they leased at the 1.4 million square-foot 919 Third Avenue.
A physician executive moving into a now management position will need to consider at an early point the psychological and emotional support systems that will be available or that can be constructed.
But Libet, who studied sensory awareness for about 20 years before moving into the murkier realm of mind and body, holds out hope that empirical and philosophical avenues can merge.