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  • v. To hurry up, to get moving.


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  • She was about to send a peremptory signal to Cencom to get a move on when she saw the group emerging from the Base Tower.

    the ship who sang

  • And having himself now wasted half an hour in vain argument, he adjured them all to stop hanging about and get a move on with their precious demonstration or the Odysseans would be back and the place cluttered up with people before they had even begun.

    Tour de Force


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