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  • Sometimes we have to accept change, if we want to move forward.

  • They had to move forward, and leave the past behind them.

  • She had to move a few things to make room, but that wasn't too hard.

  • For a moment she watched them gracefully move across the room - totally in sync.

  • Why would a good looking wealthy man move to the country, become a veterinarian and marry a country hick?

  • Alex patiently consoled and distracted her while the nurse taped a padded board to her hand and wrist so she couldn't move it.

  • Let's move back and give her some air.

  • She opened her eyes, afraid to move or even take a breath.

  • It was a stupid move to walk blindly through such wild country.

  • The animal started to move again, this time in her direction.

  • After having her wiggle her toes and move her ankle this way and that, he finally stepped back and observed her with a frown.

  • "Don't move," a familiar voice commanded from behind her.

  • Howard made no move to help her.

  • And yet, Howard made no move to call for help.

  • Lisa stared at him, too frightened to move.

  • Probably planning his next move.

  • Yancey made no move to stop her, but he met her gaze desperately.

  • Financially, they think it's a sound move to have four people share the rent.

  • Did he want to move out of the apartment?

  • Still, neither of them could afford to move out right now, so their relationship would have to remain a secret.

  • Of course, once she had convinced everyone else what a foolish move it would be, how was she going to convince herself that she didn't need Brandon in her life?

  • Hadn't she been supportive of Brandon when he made his foolish move of dropping out of college?

  • I like to watch them move and listen to them - I even like the way they smell.

  • Unsure whether to move away from him or verbally fend him off, she did neither.

  • They won't expect us to go that way, and we can move around in the lava field without leaving tracks.

  • She forced her legs to move faster, stumbling and almost falling in the deep sand.

  • She was afraid to move.

  • She wanted to run but her feet wouldn't move.

  • Bordeaux was a persuasive man with a tendency to move fast - apparently not only with women.

  • The house was furnished, so she didn't have much to move – just a few pieces of her parent's furniture and some summer clothes.

  • Eventually her attempts to tame him paid off, and he allowed her to touch him - provided she was careful not to move too quickly.

  • There's nothing sensitive about Claudette, but if you want to move into that room upstairs with the balcony, go ahead.

  • She watched his tall figure move gracefully down the hall, forcing unwelcome warmth to crawl up her neck.

  • His fingers gripped her wrist as she started to move away.

  • After all, she had made the first move, turning her head as he kissed her cheek.

  • I'm going to move some of them over there.

  • You can move in with me.

  • Cade shook his head and with a quick move, untied her apron strings.

  • He made no move to leave.

  • I think it's about time to move him from his cradle to his crib.

  • I've pondered the events of those few months so often and so deeply I know if I don't at least commit the experience to paper I'll never move forward.

  • Perhaps I'll move further east and see if the plucking is better when the weather is cooler.

  • He started to move away, but I stopped him, concerned what was bothering him.

  • Today, we leave this rustic life and move to the city.

  • Can he move about?

  • I tried to move and I could.

  • When I tried to move I found I could!

  • I started to move along the sidewalk and an old man stepped out of a doorway and passed right through me!

  • We hashed out a possible way to move forward.

  • I'd better move my hunt further south when I've cleaned up my business and finished here.

  • He insists you two be with us before we move forward.

  • I just want to move on.

  • "Move the tape ahead, about five or ten minutes," Howie pleaded.

  • He believes he's hurting our marriage, threatened to move back to California and tank the whole business.

  • In more serene surroundings perhaps we could come to some understanding and move forward in a mutually peaceful way.

  • Once in the authorities were notified, we must move on and not look back.

  • There are five colleges, a good hospital and all that but I agree with Quinn; I want to move forward.

  • He reiterated he'd made no move to learn of our location or names.

  • At least he could move around, in his dream state, while we were obligated to remain silent and unmoving.

  • I'm content to just move forward.

  • Our unknown contributions to the web site continued to methodically move forward.

  • You keep saying you don't care about your past anymore; you want to move ahead.

  • When I made a move to end the conversation, Brennan indicated there was more.

  • It allows me to keep my treasures and move forward at the same time.

  • It's tearing him up but he's determined to move ahead.

  • "May I babysit for Clair sometime after I move up to Keene?" she asked, then turned to Betsy and added, "And maybe take Bumpus for walks?"

  • When trying to move, we could see his limbs twist.

  • Howie's body began a strange movement we knew to be his effort to move more rapidly.

  • Sometimes with an automobile, I can sort-of get inside, if it doesn't move off too fast.

  • I knew I would be suborning a lie and allowing a relationship I felt strongly was tenuous at best to move forward into a life commitment.

  • Now we can move ahead!

  • When Julie and I get back, I'll move them both into my house.

  • Martha made no move to cover herself.

  • Betsy made no move to assist but continued to eat her sandwich.

  • I was fumbling with the window when I heard heavy footsteps move close to my door.

  • I'd not remembered that tidbit when Jackson first questioned me, but even now, I was reluctant to move his inquiry in that direction.

  • But with Mr. Abbott's home in such disarray I'm forced to move on.

  • You'll continue to receive dividends for the stock in your names so there will be sufficient funds for you all to move on.

  • I pulled up in front and was inside the building as fast as I could move.

  • "I'll take you to the mall," he said in his tight accent but as I started to move toward his old car, Detective Dick, my phone in his hand, yelled.

  • I was certain he'd awake at the sound but his slumber was so deep he didn't move.

  • We're about to move in.

  • She squeezed her eyes closed, unable to move once again.

  • She couldn't run, couldn't move and she tried hard to convince herself to pass out as the garage door was wrenched open.

  • She struggled to move again, to draw their attention so they'd help her.

  • He didn't move away, and she looked up at last.

  • She didn't move the entire trip back to the condo, as if afraid he'd blow her head off next.

  • Only then did she woodenly move forward to the bedroom and close the door.

  • She didn't move, didn't speak.

  • His gaze lingered on her lips, but he didn't move.

  • Every few years, he had to move anyway; they all did, for security reasons.

  • Time doesn't move here, but it does in the real world.

  • But I want you to move the cured people out of here and then level the city and the lab.

  • Jonny fell and didn't move.

  • His shoulder didn't move as it should, and he switched the sword to his other hand, trusting his instincts to keep his head on his shoulders.

  • Jule hissed through his teeth and more blood bubbled up, but the lodged arrow refused to move.

  • Xander didn't move like she expected a man his size to move.

  • Jonny looked at the massive vamp, who made no move to close the distance between them.

  • Vamps growled as she passed them but made no move to impede her.

  • "Darian, move!" he shouted.

  • The Other no longer smiled and took a step forward, unwilling to move closer to his daughter with the Original Vamp standing between them.

  • She hurt too much to move.

  • When her phone rang again, she stretched for it and found she couldn't move.

  • He tried to move away, unaccustomed to anyone touching him.

  • She watched him move, his swordplay as graceful and fluid as it was lethal.

  • By the glimmer in his eye, he wanted her to move.

  • She refused to move.

  • He looped one leg across her hips so she couldn't move.

  • The curtains closed at his silent command, and she lay still, waiting for him to make some move on her.

  • Surprised, she tried to move toward him.

  • Sofia rubbed her temples but didn't move, grateful he wasn't hurting her head for once.

  • She resisted the urge to move away from him, chilled by the visions of his work as Damian's executioner.

  • She curled up in a chair, afraid to move too quickly under the tense Guardian's gaze.

  • He didn't move as she stopped in front of him.

  • He didn't move, didn't respond.

  • Unable to move, she panted, body convulsing with aftershocks from the attack.

  • He said nothing, didn't move.

  • She ceased walking to wait for them to move down the hallway.

  • She held her breath and stayed still, praying their interest was passing, and they'd move on.

  • Deidre didn't move, afraid of provoking him.

  • He continued to move closer.

  • Shocked, she wasn't able to move.

  • It bit into her skin, and she gasped, afraid to move.

  • Though the demon lord didn't move from his spot, she was afraid of causing any sort of confrontation between them.

  • He overpowered her easily and maneuvered her down the hallway to her bedroom, stripping her and tossing her onto the bed in one move.

  • A short time later, when she was too exhausted to move, she lay still and silent on her side.

  • She didn't move from Darkyn's body.

  • If you can move your head, nod for yes, and shake for no.

  • "To restrict his powers, he can move between Hell and the mortal world but not beyond without the permission of those deities who rule the other domains," Zamon continued.

  • Watching him move made her blood heat.

  • The chilly ocean breeze made her dress move as if it was alive, and she swiped at the pink hair blinding her.

  • She leaned forward until she was resting against the demon, who didn't move away.

  • Too exhausted to move, she closed her eyes as he pulled her into his body.

  • He didn't move away this time, and she nipped him.

  • He made no move to bite her or kiss her, simply studied her, his thumb stroking the pulse in her neck.

  • Dean asked, jumping up to move the meat from the splattering grease.

  • He decided to move on to problem number two and find out something about the tiny bone he'd discovered.

  • He followed her slowly, but a couple of horn toots coaxed him to move along.

  • He was trying to put a move on me, the silly man.

  • Is that what you're doing, too—putting a move on me?

  • Once again they lapsed into silence, but again Jennifer Radisson made no move to leave.

  • After the first several feet, the angle of the slope dropped more sharply and he was forced to move to his left to avoid falling.

  • She made no effort to move away from him, but he pushed her slightly forward until she stumbled, and caught a branch as she let out a muffled scream.

  • When Dean didn't respond, he added, "Tomorrow," but made no further move to stop him.

  • Fred volunteered to temporarily move down to Martha's small first-floor room next to the Deans.

  • He started to move past them but Dean blocked the way.

  • He stepped forward and bumped Cynthia, who didn't move an inch.

  • Dean was happy to move the subject away from Fitzgerald's evening encounter with Lydia.

  • Deidre tried to pull away but was unable to move.

  • "I need to move Deidre," Gabriel said when the death-dealer was gone.

  • She pushed at him to try to move away.

  • These didn't move out of her way when she started into them.

  • Troubled, Gabriel didn't move until she was gone from sight.

  • Could be an underground spring or river or something causing them to move.

  • Gabriel could move forward, try to win over the woman who seemed much more interested in him than she had a few days ago, before her deal with the Dark One.

  • She didn't move away or object when he allowed his palms to skim her curves, tracing down her sides to her hips then around to her tight bottom.

  • The ocean breeze made her dress move as if it was alive, and her pink hair swept across her features.

  • Deidre leaned forward until she was resting against the demon, who didn't move away.

  • Darkyn didn't move, and neither did Gabriel.

  • To move, or even breathe, would have destroyed the moment.

  • After all that had happened, he was probably waiting for her to make the first move.

  • The bear stopped and stared at him, but made no move to run away.

  • Do you want to move back to Houston?

  • Most days, I just want to tell him to get it over with and move on.

  • Wrapped in his warm body, she couldn't move if she wanted to.

  • Deidre couldn't move as they fell in slow motion.

  • Her breath knocked from her, Deidre didn't move for a long minute then sat up, gasping.

  • Deidre shivered, unable to move from the picture.

  • Deidre didn't want to move.

  • Toby was too shocked to move, while Katie scrambled to her feet.

  • Katie didn't move as Wynn placed a hand on her stomach.

  • Fatigued, overwhelmed, Deidre was unable to summon the physical strength to move or the willpower to order him away.

  • She strained to move, regretting she couldn't have one small moment of peace.

  • Deidre chided herself but didn't move.

  • Move them closer to their ward.

  • Her mental wheels began to move again as she grappled with not only what he'd done, but why Andre and Gabriel – who knew the truth long before she did – chose now to have it revealed to her.

  • She flinched but didn't otherwise move.

  • He didn't move; for a long moment, she convinced herself he was a statue, not a man too still to be human.

  • The silver-haired man made no move at all.

  • Her move toward the fire was reflected in a small mirror behind the desk in front of which he stood.

  • He didn't doubt his second and his lover would move on, if Kris chose to take the woman as his mate.

  • Saluting the bartender with her glass, she started to move away when a warm hand on her forearm stopped her.

  • His move was too deliberate to be other than planned.

  • He made no move toward her.

  • Send me home, get rid of everything that shouldn't be there, and move on.

  • She was too weak to move.

  • She lay down on her back to watch the sun set and didn't move until he returned early the next morning to toss stinky fish beside her.

  • She felt both awed and terrified watching his rippling, shapely muscles move beneath the olive skin.

  • She strained, unable to move but no longer caring if he did kill her.

  • Uneasy, she started to move away, but he grabbed her arm to keep her wrist in place and tore into it.

  • She felt too sated to move.

  • She said nothing, afraid to move, afraid to speak.

  • "Do you think Toby is okay to move?" she asked, afraid to be there when Kris returned.

  • The healer was huddled next to the fireplace, afraid to move with the presence of the newcomer.

  • "When he's well enough, we'll move him," he told the anxious woman in brown.

  • Jade was quiet, struck by the importance of such a move.

  • "Rhyn, just move," Kris said impatiently.

  • The warriors made no move to corner the critter or even calm Kiera down.

  • The smaller woman was still, as if afraid to move.

  • Unlike an elevator, it didn't appear to move.

  • She'd never seen men that big move so quickly, even when watching professional wrestling.

  • His grip loosened, but she made no attempt to move.

  • He beckoned her forward and stepped back for her to move into the hall.

  • She watched him move, intimidated by his size.

  • She was too stiff for him to move.

  • He made no move to close the distance between them.

  • Though he made no move to stop her once she was visible, he did trail her.

  • She wasn't surprised to see the man in the thick robes move to the cooler shade of the house.

  • He made no move to walk away.

  • Before she could move, Kiera's arm was caught by the man beside her.

  • The pod stabilized upside down, and she was crammed into half of the pod, unable to move with her hands tied.

  • If not for the painkillers Mansr gave her as soon as she awoke and her newest discovery to distract her from the lingering pain, she'd be too miserable to move.

  • He made no move to leave her in the cafeteria.

  • Prepare yourself to move before the suns rise.

  • He was frozen to move toward her, knowing in his heart it was too late.

  • Edith smiled, and in Dean's judgment feigned interest, but she made no further move to leave the room.

  • Edith stood there, neither following her son, nor making any move to enter further into the room.

  • "Donnie seems comfortable here," she added, as if she felt compelled to move the conversation to less personal ground.

  • "I'll take my chocolate with whipped cream," Dean said but his wife made no move toward the kitchen.

  • But Dean stood too close to the back of her chair for her to move.

  • Donnie got his skies tangled up, trying to move away.

  • After a few false starts, things began to move along pretty well as the evening proceeded.

  • Can't you move someone around—double them up?

  • I just wish she had been able to escape and draw a curtain on her past like Fred O'Connor and move into a secure and happy life.

  • She plans to move up to Grand Junction, so Donnie can be near me.

  • He slapped Ryland on the back before the younger man could move.

  • Fitzgerald made a move to stop him, but John Wayne's twin with a bigger belly in a grey suit shook his head.

  • I made a move toward him, and he high-tailed it out of there.

  • "I suppose half the people run off with the key," she said, her back toward him but making no move to return inside.

  • Dean made a move toward her, but she scurried out the door with a loud laugh, still naked, dragging her white dress behind her.

  • For seconds he was frozen to move toward her, knowing in his heart it was too late.

  • Dean began to move away.

  • No one made a move to stop him.

  • Dean wanted Fred to answer the damned thing but the old man was too nosy to move.

  • It was time for the Deans to talk, to enjoy one another, the first real time together since their May wedding and hectic summer and fall that followed their move West and the opening of Bird Song.

  • Dean attempted to move, turning his body for a clearer look down at Shipton but the adjustment in his position caused a shower of snow to descend on him, nearly covering his head and shoulders.

  • He tried to move laterally, away to his right, but the gnarled branches of a now-dead bush blocked his path.

  • She made no move to release him, "I am Sarah Carrington."

  • Jackson had taken her elbow, mostly to move her along a little faster.

  • Jackson could see this guy needed some motivation to move fast.

  • He didn't move an inch, but said, All right, take it easy.

  • She did not recover enough to move until 3:30a.m.

  • From the set of her jaw, he sensed she would not move on this.

  • Sarah was unable to move, unable to believe her ears.

  • Elisabeth's body began to move under the duvet, as if she were stretching.

  • Jackson knew she would not move on this today, but he had a month to convince her, so let it go.

  • Elisabeth asked, "Do you think Connor will sell his townhouse and move in here full time?"

  • Connor obeyed, and as Victor made a move toward him, Jackson blocked him, allowing him to scurry to safety.

  • Well isn't that a kick in the ass... all right, let's move on… how freaking strong are you?

  • You can talk and move though.

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