Moved

Moved

Moving or Movin' may refer to:

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Great Bend, North Dakota - History
... He was born in Germany and moved to Brandenburg Township in 1874 when his family moved there from Wisconsin ... The post office was later moved in 1882 to a site closer to Great Bend and was disbanded on July 12, 1883 ...
Quad City Thunder - Complete CBA History Team List
... as Alberta Dusters in 1980/81-81/82 as Las Vegas Silvers in 1982/83 moved to Albuquerque during 1982/83 season) Allentown Rockets (1946/47) Anchorage ... Professionals (1950/51), later as York Cleaners (1951/52), moved in mid-season as Ashland Greens, moved again in mid-season as Hazleton Mountaineers Hawaii Volcanos (1991/92) Puerto Rico ...
Zhonghua Secondary School - History
... In its 90 years, the school has moved five times In 1925, it moved to Niven Road and was named Chung Hwa Girls’ High School ... In 1987, the school moved to Serangoon New Town at Serangoon Avenue 4 and was renamed Zhonghua Secondary School ...
Jacqueline Cochran - Early Life
... and Ira Pittman, a skilled millwright who moved from town to town setting up and reworking saw mills ... The couple and child moved to Miami where they lived for four years ... Filing for divorce, Cochran moved back to northwest Florida, settling in DeFuniak Springs, where her parents were then living ...
Patrick Henry - Marriage and Family
... After the main house burned, the couple moved for a short time with their two children into the 20 by 60 foot Honeymoon Cottage, a one-story building with ... They later moved to the Hanover Tavern, owned by Sarah's father ... In 1771 the family moved to Scotchtown Plantation, also in Hanover County ...

Famous quotes containing the word moved:

    Then moved my Fingers off
    As cautiously as Glass
    And held my ears, and like a Thief
    Fled gasping from the House—
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)

    That, upon the whole, we may conclude that the Christian religion not only was at first attended with miracles, but even at this day cannot be believed by any reasonable person without one. Mere reason is insufficient to convince us of its veracity: And whoever is moved by Faith to assent to it, is conscious of a continued miracle in his own person, which subverts all the principles of his understanding, and gives him a determination to believe what is most contrary to custom and experience.
    David Hume (1711–1776)

    Many men are deeply moved by the mere semblance of suffering in a woman; they take the look of pain for a sign of constancy or of love.
    Honoré De Balzac (1799–1850)