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keyword: Moving
A Change Of Scenery »
(moving to a new location...)

A Ripple Of Excitement »
(a feeling of excitement moving in one or from one person to another...)

A Rolling Stone Gathers No Moss »
(a person who keeps moving does not get stuck; life stays interesting for people who keep moving...)

Back And Forth »
(moving in one direction then turning and moving in the opposite direction...)

From Side To Side »
(moving to one side, then to the other side...)

Get Cracking »
(begin moving quickly; go faster!...)

Get Into Full Swing »
(moving at full speed...)

Get Into High Gear »
(moving more quickly; going fast; working hard; not wasted time...)

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

Off To A Running Start »
(one has a good strong start; one has started and is moving quickly and doing well...)

Settle Down »
(relax; calm down; live a more relaxing life; stop moving...)

Slow As Molasses In January »
(very slow moving; moving very slowly...)



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