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mover

/mov·er/ (moo´ver) that which produces motion.
prime mover  a muscle that acts directly to bring about a desired movement.

mov·er

(mūv'ĕr)
A person or thing that moves or causes to move.
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If you're planning a local move and want to invest in a company that has the knowledge and experience to deal with any kind of traffic and building conditions, the Vancouver movers at Mountain Movers offer a level of service that guarantees a quality job.
Monster Movers built its reputation in Massachusetts by hiring local residents with families in the area that are committed to changing the moving industry by providing unprecedented levels of customer service for a reasonable price.
Railcar movers are usually light weight; however, with the increase in demand, they are gaining more tractive effort by transferring weight from the car they are hauling onto their wheels, in order to increase their effective weight.
Bridgevine has developed a movers program that reaches 3.
If first movers anticipate that second movers are more likely to complete trades where the price favors the second mover, then first movers find themselves in a situation similar to a first price auction; one could ask for a larger but less likely payoff or one that is smaller and more likely.
The bust was part of a roving series of undercover operations to clamp down on people who advertise themselves as movers but lack the required licenses, permits or insurance.
TOON fans may not get their Magpie Mover tickets in time for Saturday's game following a postal delay.
Professional commercial movers understand that there are delicate nuances to every company's relocation, and they are experienced adapting to unforeseen complications in the execution phase.
This study seeks to provide further insight into this issue by examining the self-employment rates of movers and non-movers in urban, suburban and rural areas.
The company picks up used boxes from homes and businesses and sells them to home movers for about half the price of a new box.