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Example Sentences for "moved"

It took her a long time to adjust to the time change after she moved out west.

Helen Keller once noted that the world is moved not only by the mighty shoves of the heroes, but also by the aggregate of the tiny pushes of each honest worker.

We just moved into an apartment overlooking the park.

So seriously taken were land boundary laws that the ancient Romans executed farmers who moved boundary stones, even if by accident.

The author wrote the bulk of his work in England, but only became famous when he moved to the United States.

In 1603, Ieyasu ruled Japan, and moved the country's capital to Edo (Tokyo).

The members of the cast of the popular television series "Friends" have largely moved into successful movie careers.

The general shouted, "Charge!" and the soldiers moved quickly forward.

When Jennifer moved out of the salon downtown, and opened up her own hairstyling business, most of her clients followed her.

My parents moved out west from Maine because the climate there was too severe for them as they got old.

I have been communicating with my daughter by e-mail on a daily basis ever since she moved away to attend college.

We just moved into this community about a month ago, and are really enjoying the area.

They have moved into a new housing complex near the ocean.

We have had continual problems with our neighbors since they moved in a year ago.

Now that our daughter has grown up and moved away, we're planning on converting her bedroom into an office.

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