amove

amove

(əˈmuːv)
vb
to dismiss from an office or stationto remove (a person or thing) from a positionto stir someone's emotions; to affect; to move; to rouse
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According to a statement provided Thursday afternoon by a company spokesperson, amove during the first week of November to a new audio data collection site resulted in some 8%of all installed PPMs losing connectivity, becoming inactive.
AMOVE to give the West Midlands greater freedom to improve its local bus services has been welcomed by the region's transport chiefs.
AMOVE to privatise a North East council's gritting fleet has been condemned.
AMOVE even further upmarket is the promise from BMW, with the autumn arrival of its third generation X5 sports activity vehicle.
Hino South Africa announced that it is planning to joint venture with TFM and D&A Power Products of Kempton Park in amove to raise its involvement in the growing waste management market.
Amove to Redfern would reunite King with Maguire, who was assistant coach during the player's successful spell at Melbourne Storm, and his former centre partner Greg Inglis, who joined the Rabbitohs this season.
Moyes confirmed Chopra would be in favour of amove to Suffolk, but said: "Nothing has been finally agreed.
Ward has been placed in temporary charge at Edgeley Park, but reports have linked the Hatters with amove for Port Vale assistant Geoff Horsfield.
contextualiza a obra de Levi ben Gershom na sequencia do debate sobre a legitimidade da interpretacao filosofica do texto biblico e poe em evidencia o contributo desta obra na elaboracao do Commento sopra una Canzona de amove (1485-1486) de Pico e no uso de uma terminologia relativa aos quatro sentidos suscitados pela leitura do texto biblico (pesat/littera, sechel/intellectus, midras/allegoria, cabala/anagogia) que sofreu posterior correccao.
Only positive motivation can help kids learn, improve, and amove on to the next levela in their sport.
Sounds like a player wanting amove and an agent generating interest.