# get moving

## Definitions

• GET A MOVE ON
• WordNet 3.6
• v get moving start to be active "Get cracking, please!"
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The three children try to get Saï to move from the window seat

## Quotations

• Source Unknown
“Convince a man of what he wants, and he'll move heaven and earth to get it.”
• Amar Gopal Bose
“No one ever won a chess game by betting on each move. Sometimes you have to move backward to get a step forward.”
• Jerry Gillies
“Confront your fears, list them, get to know them, and only then will you be able to put them aside and move ahead.”
• Peter Nivio Zarlenga
“It is hard to begin to move when you don't know where you are moving, how to move, or if you are going to get there.”
• Source Unknown
“Blessed is the man who finds out which way God is moving and then gets going in the same direction.”
• Henrietta Mears
“It is difficult to steer a parked car, so get moving.”

## Usage

### In literature:

Let's get a move on.
"The Daughter of Anderson Crow" by George Barr McCutcheon
Wish they'd get a move on an' finish it.
"A Student in Arms" by Donald Hankey
I guess she made him move; but, Lord, they have to bribe tenants to get 'em in here.
"A Hoosier Chronicle" by Meredith Nicholson
Then he seizes the window-frame, intending to get hold of something above which will serve as a fulcrum to move his body.
"Miss Caprice" by St. George Rathborne
We felt relieved and thought that at last we would begin to move and get warm.
"Combed Out" by Fritz August Voigt
The next move of the mob was to get writs of arrest for many persons in Nauvoo.
"A Young Folks' History of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints" by Nephi Anderson
But only two hours later the whole moved off again for three miles' further advance to get them well out of the mountains.
To get off all the seven rings requires 85 moves.
"Amusements in Mathematics" by Henry Ernest Dudeney
When I returned I found everybody was getting ready to move, so I packed up.
"Adventures of a Despatch Rider" by W. H. L. Watson
The others were busy getting ready to move.
"The Meadow-Brook Girls by the Sea" by Janet Aldridge
You'd better get a move on and get Craig back to New York before he slips us again.
"The Black Box" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
Now let's get moving.
"Star Surgeon" by Alan Nourse
We can get a little sleep and move early in the morning.
"Raw Gold" by Bertrand W. Sinclair
So please get a move on you.
"The Chums of Scranton High" by Donald Ferguson
She went with him as if she were merely moving in a picture and had no power of her own to get out of it.
"The Best Short Stories of 1921 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story" by Various
Orders just come that we move at 8.46 for Abbeville, and get orders for the Front from there.
"Diary of a Nursing Sister on the Western Front, 1914-1915" by Anonymous
Well, we stayed in camp till noon, and just after dinner we were told to get ready to move off.
"Into the Jaws of Death" by Jack O'Brien
And don't stand gaping at me in that helpless fashion, but get a move on your intelligence.
"Foe-Farrell" by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
The slash on his arm smarted in protest as he moved, and he noted that Ashe did not try to get up.
"The Time Traders" by Andre Norton
To get her torpedo home she will have to move nearer.
"The U-boat hunters" by James B. Connolly
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### In poetry:

CHORUS:
Get a —- move on,
Have some —- sense.
Learn the —- art of
Self de- —- -fence.
"The Austral-Aise" by C J Dennis
Get thee hence, nor come again,
Mix not memory with doubt,
Pass, thou deathlike type of pain,
Pass and cease to move about!
'Tis the blot upon the brain
That will show itself without.
"Maud II" by Alfred Lord Tennyson
A radiant stranger, who saw not me.
I queried, "Get out to her do I dare?"
But I kept my seat in my search for a plea,
And the wheels moved on. O could it but be
"Faintheart In A Railway Train" by Thomas Hardy
When man grows staid and wise,
Getting a house and home, where he may move
Within the circle of his breath,
Schooling his eyes;
That dumbe inclosure maketh love
Unto the coffin, that attends his Death.
"Mortification" by George Herbert
And there was silence in the tent.
They gazed in silence; silently
The wind dropped down, no longer shook
The flapping sides and gaping holes.
And some moved back, and others went
Closer, to get a better look.
"The Auction Sale" by Henry Reed
poetic or natural. The Sun shines on
the jungle, you know, on the tundra
the sea, the ghetto. Wherever you
were I knew it and saw you moving. I was waiting for you to get to work.
"A True Account Of Talking To The Sun At Fire Island" by Frank O Hara

### In news:

Take a cue from Kelly Osbourne, 27 -- who shows off her toned physique as a cohost on E.'s Fashion Police -- and get your arms tank top -ready with these easy, at-home moves courtesy of The Bar Method.
Get away from the old-fashioned looking, re-purposed fish tank and move your slithery friend to a new home.
Thalia Spanish Theatre in Sunnyside is back for the fall with an intriguing new show that's sure to get the heart beat pumping and the feet moving.
But several veterans and coach Jason Garrett moved quickly to make sure the heads don't get too big in the locker room.
Dance recitals are the best--I get to wear awesome glittery costumes, hang out with my friends backstage, and show off all my moves.
Winter is about gone, and it's time for me to get moving around.
They must make 10 more moves by 6 pm today to get down to the final 53, but don't plan on announcing them until after 9 p.m.
Teach yourself to embrace the situation, move beyond fear, and get the job done.
The union representing American Airlines maintenance workers believes the company is getting ready to shift some of the maintenance worker overseas in a cost-cutting move.
What do you think — should we do more to get our kids up and moving.
Gets the the girls and boys (confident in their masculinity) moving.
I have some pumpkins and gourdy-squashy things in my garden I'll eventually get moved to my front porch.
It gets more and more difficult for family holidays to come together as the young ones grow up and move out and on with their lives, as well they should.
Yet it should be possible to use the one to get to the other—to move from farce and fun back to something more serious and whole.
So Pick Up Your Canoe and Get Moving.
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### In science:

In order to get some insights into this sub ject, one possible way is to consider the experimental information on the decays of particles which move at high velocities in the lab system.
Possible test of local Lorentz invariance from $\tau$ decays
Clearly, the boundary rb of the star gets trapped ﬁrst, and the apparent horizon moves inwards, the center being the last point to get trapped.
The final fate of spherical inhomogeneous dust collapse II: Initial data and causal structure of singularity
Note that unlike in the Oppenheimer-Snyder model, the center gets trapped ﬁrst, and the trapped region moves out towards the boundary of the star.
The final fate of spherical inhomogeneous dust collapse II: Initial data and causal structure of singularity
This means some point other than the center or the boundary is the ﬁrst one to get trapped, and as time progresses, the trapped region moves outwards as well as inwards.
The final fate of spherical inhomogeneous dust collapse II: Initial data and causal structure of singularity
For ξ < −2 the center is the ﬁrst point to get trapped, whereas for ξ > −2 some surface in the interior of the star is the ﬁrst one to get trapped, and the trapped region moves both inwards and outwards.
The final fate of spherical inhomogeneous dust collapse II: Initial data and causal structure of singularity
Until the balls get close together the particles that form them all propagate independently: a single 1 in one corner of a block moves to the opposite corner.
Crystalline Computation
Having in hands the main corrections that non-extensive quantal distribution functions provide, we move onwards to get the ﬁnal bound upon q .
Quantal distribution functions in non-extensive statistics and an early universe test revisited
And this move is equivalent to the last condition: Denote a (n,n)-tangle by P , the tangle we get if we close the last strand of P by P ′ , and the one we get if we close the ﬁrst strand by ′P .
Invariants of 3-manifolds from representations of the framed-tangle category
The particle moves until it reaches a local minimum where it gets stuck.
Simulation of rotating drum experiments using non-circular particles
In particular the interface will always get pinned by rare strong local defects if the maximum distorsion |ui − uj | allowed in a local move is ﬁxed and if the random force is drawn from a continuous distribution, e.g., a Gaussian as used in ﬁeld-theoretical calculations.
Some recent (and surprising) results on interface and contact line depinning in random media
Such a simple model allows to get a valuable insight into the transverse properties of the moving vortex lattice in presence of correlated disorder, e.g. the TME and the kink vortex line structure.
Numerical simulation evidence of dynamical transverse Meissner effect and moving Bose glass phase
If one introduces a small symmetry breaking term, i.e., the current quark mass term, mσ moves up and gets the imaginary part corresponding to the σ → ¯qq decay. The pole position is in the second Riemann-sheet of the complex q 2 -plane, as is the case of ordinary resonances.
Light Scalar Mesons in the Improved Ladder Approximation of QCD with Strong $U_A(1)$ Breaking
Since c−1√GΦ = 1/t we get a simple differential equation ˙v = β v where β = 1/t the solution of which is v = C t. A free moving ob ject in the quaternionic ﬁeld is accelerated by a constant acceleration C .
The Energy Density of the Quaternionic Field as Dark Energy in the Universe
Each particle is moved on an average of 1000 times with θmax = π 2 to get a rapid convergence to the disordered phase having a cubic symmetry, if possible.
Ornstein-Zernike equation and Percus-Yevick theory for molecular crystals
Next, each particle is moved on an average of further 1000 times, after each 10 times adjusting θmax by ±0.02 to get a acceptance rate of ≈ 25%.
Ornstein-Zernike equation and Percus-Yevick theory for molecular crystals
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