Definitions for "movement"
The rhythmical progression, pace, and tempo of a piece.
One of the several strains or pieces, each complete in itself, with its own time and rhythm, which make up a larger work; as, the several movements of a suite or a symphony.
A self-contained piece of music that is part of a larger work, such as a concerto, sonata, or symphony. There is often a brief pause between movements, though not always.
n. a mechanical, electronic or electro-mechanical timer, designed to inhibit the final unlocking of a combination lock or timelock
The entire mechanism of a watch. Movements are either quartz or mechanical manual or automatic winding devices.
A division of a musical work.
The act of moving in space; change of place or posture; motion; as, the movement of an army in marching or maneuvering; the movement of a wheel or a machine.
Motion of the mind or feelings; emotion.
A system of mechanism for transmitting motion of a definite character, or for transforming motion; as, the wheelwork of a watch; as, a seventeen jewel movement.
In visual arts, a principle of art and design concerned with creating a feeling of action or a series of actions and with guiding a viewer's eye through an image.
A principle of design that refers to the arrangement of parts in a drawing to create a slow to fast flow of your eye through the work.
Any directional flow which caries the eye from one unit to another. Also, a trend in art.
Transference, by any means, from one situation to another; a change of situation; progress toward a goal; advancement; as, after months of fruitless discussion there was finally some movement toward an agreement.
A more or less organized effort by many people to achieve some goal, especially a social or artistic goal; as, the women's liberation movement; the progressive movement in architecture.
Refers to the activities or goals of a particular group of people toward a desired end. An organized unit of human beings working together to achieve a free determined or at least commonly understood purpose.
Movement was New Order's debut album, released in November 1981 on Factory Records. The album wasn't particularly well received by critics or consumers, only peaking at #30 on the UK album charts. Closer, an album the band had released just over a year before as Joy Division, reached #6.
"Movement" is the fourth single from LCD Soundsystem, released on 8 November 2004.
Movement is the second album by American indie rock band The Gossip, it was released on May 6 2003.
In geography, the interaction across earth space that connects places. This interaction occurs with flows of human phenomena, such as goods, people, and ideas
A term used in geography that deals with the migration, transport, communication, and interaction of natural and human-made phenomena across the spatial dimension.
a force motivated by inspiration with objectives, sometimes defined and sometimes not
a transcendent widespread feeling, visionary, fueled by many local organizational efforts -- and it, in turn, inspires many local efforts
Quality. The identifying attributes created by the release, follow-through, and termination of energy, which are key to making movement become dance. Typical terms denoting qualities include sustained, swinging, percussive, collapse, suspended, and vibratory; and effort combinations such as float, dab, punch, and glide.
a schedule of progression for bridge players, which indicates the seat to be occupied in succession of the play
the arrangement and rearrangement of players and boards to achieve appropriate replays and comparisons in duplicate bridge. [Related entries include: American Whist Movement, Flower, Howell, Mirror Mitchell, Mitchell, New England Relay, Relay Boards, Relay Table, Scrambled Mitchell, Rainbow, Shomate, Stagger, Stanza, Three-Quarter, Web.
Keywords:  volly, skyping, goverment, pong, medals
a foot in wv to have her medals taken and her million dollar book deal money gave back to the goverment
a foot to erect a memorial at the entrance to the escape tunnel We also had equipment for ping pong, soccer, basketball, volly ball,hand
a foot to establish a sister school in Israel and have skyping conference classes with their students
Keywords:  eurusd, donna, gore, say, brazile
Change or fluctuations in price, value, or rate.For example, we would say EURUSD...
a very important ingredient in this cycle because these candidates are not well known," says Donna Brazile, Al Gore's former campaign manager
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1. A player moving with the ball. 2. Players moving, who are not carrying the ball, in an attempt to move to an unoccupied area to bring defenders with them or create an area where they can receive a pass.
Movement in service” refers to the degree of expansion and contraction wood will experience in response to accepting or giving off moisture. Wood is hygroscopic like a sponge, and will swell or shrink.
The extent of expansion and contraction which occurs with dried wood as its moisture content responds to change in relative humidity in service. Movement is expressed as the dimensional change which occurs at 25 when the relative humidity is increased from 60 to 90%.
Keywords:  defecation, euphemism, bowel
a euphemism for defecation; "he had a bowel movement"
The Snatch or the Clean & Jerk: these two methods of lifting the barbell overhead are recognised for weightlifting competitions.
a collection of people and organization heads moving in the same direction, each one guided by his own internal compass
First order movement  Movement of teeth in a faciolingual or y direction; also known as in and out movements. Second order movement  Movement of teeth in a mesiodistal, x, direction. Third order movement  Movement of teeth in a vertical, z, direction.
Movement is a way of describing the structure of the sentence as if elements in it moved around, typically in English in questions and passive constructions. Thus the question Will John go? comes from a similar structure to that underlying the statement John will come by movement of will. See subjacency and structure-dependency.
Where a word moves out of its usual place in a sentence, as in the wh- words. See the appendix.
Keywords:  motus, see
See Motus.
a series of steps that form a repeating process
Commands aren't located on the map in any particular city, and so there is no movement between cities as such. Instead commands are simply located in the Eastern or Western Theater. They can attack from or defend any city which can trace a supply line to the theater where they're located (see the rules on Supply Lines for details). Cards can be moved from one theater to the other in the Deploy/Move Step (Step 2) and the Reorganization Step (Step 4).
A Movement is an event describing a change of the situation of the patient in the context of the encounter. This concept encompasses changes such as transfers of patient location, change of patient class, new attending doctor, new consulting doctor, new encounter starting, encounter closing, etc. The concept of Movement is a superset of the concept of "Transfer".
a natural event that involves a change in the position or location of something
the act of changing the location of something; "the movement of cargo onto the vessel"
an active and activist association of the like-minded and the like-disposed
an example that comes to mind here
a function of people organised on a sustained basis and united in action behind a coherent political programme
A pinpointed and recorded behavior; an action performed by an organism.
A result of the harmonious functioning of the sensory and motor systems in concert with the central and peripheral nervous system.
The percentage movement, positive, negative or neutral, in a security's last traded price compared to the previous session's close price. LCP Rules apply
a strong Independent Baptist- and local church- based organization in the United States of America
an essential process for differentiation (Han et al
The syntactic process by which a functional element, phrase or clause detaches from its based generated position and moves to a higher position within the tree.
Roughly equivalent to "denomination," although the distinctions between Jewish movements are not as great as those between Christian denominations.
Keywords:  pigs, planet, adjacent, group
a group of pigs to an adjacent planet
An expression of ideas or thought through gesture or transfer of weight.
Keywords:  rhythm, path
Path of movement, rhythm
Keywords:  kingdom, synonym
Synonym for the Kingdom.
a process feeding itself by the inclusion of different contents of different persons and groups, which feel they have some values, desire, present and future expectations in common
a meeting of several artistic processes around the same basics theories defined by a Manifeste
Keywords:  confident, totally, woman
a totally confident woman
Keywords:  quick, style, slow, sudden, manner
Manner or style of moving; as, a slow, or quick, or sudden, movement.
see style
a national organisation specialised in a certain theme or in a cluster of inter-related themes
Keywords:  shifting, soils
The movement or shifting of soils.
Keywords:  mixture
a mixture of
Keywords:  wholesale, retail, spot, sold, total
Sales, wholesale, or retail including total amount of product sold on spot and contract.
The act of relocation or transferring property from one location to another.
a unique model of social development service based on a couple-to-couple relationship
people and vehicles going to and passing through buildings, places and spaces.
Keywords:  tracking, cases, sales, product, units
A tracking of a product's sales by units or cases for a certain time.