mover : Definition, Usages, News and More

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mooh ver

  • n  workman employed by a moving company
    the movers were very careful with the grand piano
  • n  (parliamentary procedure) someone who makes a formal motion
  • n  someone who moves
  • n  a company that moves the possessions of a family or business from one site to another

  • The movers didn't actually arrive until the next day.
  • Launched by lawyer and tech investor Michael Arrington in 2005, TechCrunch became one of the world's most popular blogs by reporting on the movers and shakers of Silicon Valley.
  • In the midst of these coming storms, look for these 12 movers and shakers.
News & Articles


  • Ana Ivanovic in USA Today
    I was thinking the game would be much closer,Ivanovic said. "She is an aggressive player and likes to dominate. I knew she was not a great mover on the clay."
  • Roger Federer in Sydney Morning Herald
    The next one is not going to get any easier, but his game is so good that I'm convinced he will win one,Federer said. "I mean, he's a wonderful mover, tactician, great backhand. He has got everything you need to beat the best and to win...
  • Sumner Redstone in Forbes
    We have engaged in a lot of litigation at Viacom, of which I have been a primary mover,Redstone told a group of reporters Friday morning, responding to a question about Schmidt's characterization.

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