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Synonyms for moving in
mov·ing in

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. occupation, occupancy, moving innoun

    the act of occupying or taking possession of a building

    "occupation of a building without a certificate of occupancy is illegal"

    Synonyms:
    occupation, tenancy, job, line, military control, line of work, business, occupancy

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#71business
#228line
#429job
#4578occupation
#10448occupancy
#24290tenancy

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  1. Victoria Azarenka:

    A couple of days ago we had a big meeting, and I feel like we are moving in a really good direction. I feel that our voices, as a player council, are heard. We do implement things that are going to be important for players, but my main thing is that it has to be for everyone, and the rules have to be applied for everyone. So that is one thing that we haven't come to the conclusion yet, but it's coming.

  2. Warsaw Police Chief Eric Southerland:

    The Warsaw Police Department's not what you're trained to do in incidents like this, but when you're dealing with someone fighting and resisting against an officer, you try to use proper tactics and go for one move, but that might not work because that person is moving or the officer is moving, in real-versus-training situations, moves don't always work out like you want them to.

  3. One African pilgrim:

    We were surprised to see a large number of camp residents moving in the direction opposite to those who had just thrown stones at Jamarat, wanting to take a short cut.

  4. Daniel Newman:

    The idea of entrusting big enterprise with our brain data should create a certain level discomfort for society, there is no evidence that we should trust or be comfortable with moving in this direction.

  5. Ian Williams:

    We're hopeful that it's moving in the right direction, it's still too early to tell.


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