1. You will be warm enough if you move about.
2. It was easier to move about on the fringe of the crowd.
3. He could also move about in a battery-operated wheelchair, which was designed to look like a toy car.
4. Secondly, don't move about so often-stay in one place.
5. It's easy to move about and folds away conveniently for storage.
6. I think we have the right to move about as we please.
7. In another innovation, you can move about your environment in all directions, taking everything in from a first-person perspective.
8. We move about, even in jet travel, at speeds far less than the speed of light.
9. We hold dear our freedom to move about, the fruits of labor and our own lives.
10. Even in an insulator the electrons can move about without leaving their parent atoms or molecules.
11. To walk or move about in a spirited manner ; strut.
12. The first bird to eat this repellant move about nervously and frightening away the rest.
13. Acknowledging that immune cells move about far more than neurons,[Sentence dictionary] Paul spoke of the immune synapse as a "make and break" union in contrast with longer-term neuronal connections.
14. They move about listlessly and apparently without much purpose; they might just as well be lunatics.
15. Can make move about arm first, place a leg, bow, turn, next crouching reach other gymnastics action, should notice gambrel of mobile coxa, genu particularly.