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keyword: Move
Back Off »
(move back to give more space; not be so agressive...)

Balled Up »
(stuck together; confused; not able to move smoothly...)

Clear The Table »
(move dirty things off of the table so it can be clean and ready for use...)

Get Ants In One's Pants »
(the feeling that one needs to move one's legs...)

Get Around »
(move from one place to another place; spend time with lots of different people in different places...)

Get Back On One's Feet »
(able to move around after having been unable to walk due to sickness or injury...)

Get Physical With Someone »
(touch that persons body; use physical force to strike or move a person...)

Get The Lead Out »
(move ones body, so one is more comfortable moving...)

Immediate Occupancy »
(it is possible to move in and live there right now...)

Laid Up »
(unable to move due to injury...)

Shake A Leg »
(move faster; get going...)

Tied Up »
(that person or thing is tied so that it cannot move or escape...)



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