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capable of moving or being moved from place to place

changing easily, as in expression

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a river in southwestern Alabama

a port in southwestern Alabama on Mobile Bay

sculpture suspended in midair whose delicately balanced parts can be set in motion by air currents

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migratory

moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place)

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having transportation available

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capable of changing quickly from one state or condition to another

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affording change (especially in social status)

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THIS new sit-com from Greg Garcia - creator of My Name Is Earl - will appeal to his fans who get a kick out of watching America's downwardly mobile do dumb stuff in a more or less good-hearted way.
Plenilune Seems effective over C&D but mainly very disappointing since 1m2f second at Ripon in August 2008 despite downwardly mobile mark and ran no sort of race tried in visor last time; no surprise headgear quickly removed but hard to have confidence in.
Downwardly mobile women--defined as women whose socioeconomic status fell over the course of their lives--were more likely to adopt detrimental behaviors than upwardly mobile women, the study also found.
Contributors from labor studies and other social sciences look at such aspects as the worldwide class struggle, undocumented workers and the US informal economy, the pedagogy of oppression, and class for a downwardly mobile generation.
Kopp knew the only way to attract elite students was to "counteract teaching's image as a 'soft' and downwardly mobile career.
Women were twice as likely to be downwardly mobile but generally avoided the depression and poor psychological wellbeing experienced by men in the same situation.
But this portrayal of Kansas evangelicals backing nonsense against their own interests ignores the fact that evangelical churches around the country offer not only a sense of religious righteousness to their downwardly mobile members but also much needed services such as low priced meals, "career ministries" for the unemployed, childcare, English lessons for immigrants, and after-school programs.
Whereas Harry Mathews, the American writer who has lived in France since the Beatles, is downwardly mobile, into farce and paranoia.
He bade Brasilia farewell in January 2003, leaving the country deep in debt--at nearly 60% of GDP--highly taxed, and downwardly mobile.
He's promising to bring the finest players to the finest league and even if it will mean watching all those downwardly mobile Cockney geezers larging it at the top, think of all the fresh talent on display.
Her sympathetic accounts of forgotten figures like Joseph Pitts, a plebeian Richard Francis Burton who made the hajj to Mecca, or the downwardly mobile East India woman Sarah Shade, unfailingly illuminate the collaboration and competition between Britons and non-Europeans at the meeting-points of empires.
Such downwardly mobile college graduates generally had lower cognitive skills than those occupying occupations commensurate with their education.