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Synonyms for movement

Synonyms for movement

the act or process of moving

a change in normal place or position

a calculated change in position

an organized effort to accomplish a purpose

Synonyms for movement

a major self-contained part of a symphony or sonata

an optical illusion of motion produced by viewing a rapid succession of still pictures of a moving object

a euphemism for defecation

a general tendency to change (as of opinion)

the driving and regulating parts of a mechanism (as of a watch or clock)

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The Resource mobilisation model focuses more on the internal characteristics of movements, such as organisational structure and resources, and considers these factors as being the key to movement success.
This is an excellent isolation movement for the superficial anterior shoulder region, plus some important deeper tissue.
(3) Further, the music methodologies of Carl Orff, 20th-century German composer and teacher, also supported movement instruction as a primary step in learning music.
Never was the movement more united in a common goal: getting rid of the President.
Two weeks later, Siamak, a student leader involved in the reform movement from its infancy in the early 1990s, agreed to see me.
A great many students came out of that strike, and out of a series of similar events around the country, convinced that still larger insurrections lay in the future, and that we and our new mass movement were going to join together with liberation movements in other parts of the world and finish off capitalism and its crimes once and for all.
Right before the elections, the IFTU's Foreign Representative Abdullah Muhsin emailed me a simple and direct view of their importance: "[T]he elections in Iraq are essential to avoid a brutal assault by reactionary forces." The Iraqi labor movement, in other words, had been a consistent enemy of the insurgency, and a strong proponent of a free, self-governing Iraq.
The movement started in the 1880s and was initially focused on two organisations, the Art Workers' Guild and the Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society.
The Christian Right is after all an evangelical social movement, and evangelizing is its first order of business.
The independence movement in its early days was dominated by the educated elite of the country--really a fraction of the population.
Garrison distanced the abolitionist movement, however, from the violent methods of the American Revolution; he proposed the use of rhetoric in speeches, protests, and articles in the Liberator to end slavery by peaceful means.
(415) 339-8739 Movement, music, authentic relationships, fun.
There is a tension and sway similar to Swing dance, and a circular movement around each other, like Cuban style.
Let the People Decide: Black Freedom and White Resistance Movement in Sunflower County, Mississippi, 1945-1986.