He took his uncle up in his strong arms, and moved toward the stairs. We shall have to employ two men to move the heavy furniture. On the green bank I sat and listened long, Nor till her lay was ended could I move. Includes tens of thousands of topical, encyclopedic, dictionary, and commentary entries all linked to verses, fully searchable by topic or verse reference. The act of moving; the act of transferring from place to place, as in chess. To excite tenderness, pity or grief in the heart; to affect; to touch pathetically; to excite feeling in.
In this case, as the phrase is used on the banner that is up on the wall in the Forum, it is talking about possibility. To pass over; to be transferred, as when the consideration of a contract is said to move from one party to the other. No, there is something else. They are to be blamed alike who move and who decline war upon particular respects. Move suggests a strong or deep emotional impact that is often expressed openly: a performer who moved the audience to laughter and tears; scenes of famine that moved us to pity. Some English native speakers left their comment.
The original owners of these farms had moved into Egypt years and years ago. He tried every means of whiling away the time, but it never had seemed to move so slow. To excite tumult or commotion. Said: on July 19, 2011 at Yes, in my opinion, that interpretation is right. Mere matter cannot move itself.
As it was just dark we thought it best to move on a few miles, which we did after dark. For example: The ending of that book was very moving. I was really moved by the scene in that movie in which the boy finds his lost dog and hugs him. The foundations also of the hills moved and were shaken, because he was wroth. We have agreed all to be moved, or none; and not to comply without one another.
Those words are not Landmartian, though they are used a lot. The planets move in their orbits; the earth moves on its axis; a ship moves at a certain rate an hour. An exception can arise when the only thing stopping the possibility is a story that it is impossible, but the norm is, there is much more to do, training needed, practice, practice, practice, and more practice. When they had come to Bethlehem, all the city was moved about them. You're only going to truly move up in the world if you make a point of rubbing elbows with those of a higher social standing. It happens from this, on occasion, that people in the room cry and cheer.
Maguire moved that the House consider the condition of Ireland. The wind moves a ship; the cartman moves goods; the horse moves a cart or carriage. His shoulders over-flowed the back of his chair, which creaked whenever he moved. Once you experience the swiftness and ease-of-use SwordSearcher gives you right on your own computer, combined with the most powerful search features available, you will never want to use the web to do online study again. It was a very touching gesture. Someone else is involved, who sees the possibility, and who has a certain kind of response to it. Twas a wild goose chase, and I wot not what moved me to run after it.
The Landmark Forum is a way to start that process, and it usually works. Disraeli, in the Commons, moved the rejection of the bill. That means that we always use these words with a person as the subject. Keep up the good work! To persuade; to prevail on; to excite from a state of rest or indifference. When the singer won her award, the host gave her a hug.
The special effects in that movie are extremely impressive. Causing to move or act; impelling; instigating; persuading; influencing. Exciting the passions or affections; touching; pathetic; affecting; adapted to excite or affect the passions; as a moving address or discourse. But when no female arts his mind could move, She turn'd to furious hate her impious love. To occasion; to contribute to; to tend or lead to. This is the plot of Forbidden Planet.