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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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With ten years under her belt as a door manager, and over eight years with Movida both in London and Dubai, she knows a thing or two about how to pull off a smooth night.
Agents around the world subscribed to Sabre can now offer personalized services on behalf of Movida including, GPS devices, child safety seats, and chauffeurs.
Haddon would not reveal which authority had given the exemption, though he said it was the first time such a move had ever been taken by Movida.
The source said that Bieber arrived at the club to a frenzy, and was ushered to his table as quickly as possible, but unfortunately decided to leave as Movida was not permitted to serve him alcohol, Gulf News reported.
Hopefuls should upload their 30-minute mix to the Movida Corona Mixcloud competition page, and using the promotional assets pack provided, promote their mix online through social media to gain the attention of fans and judges to help secure a place at one of the six regional heats.
The Movida Corona 2011 champion will get to perform a set at one of the world's top residencies, Pacha, Madrid, headline a Movida Corona tour and record three mixes with Pacha Recordings.
The early end to the night did not seem to upset Jamelia though, the singer tweeted: "Thanks to (my friends) Movida and all my amazing rebels for the best party.
The winner will go on to compete in the Grand Finale in Berlin in December with the hope of being crowned Movida Corona World Champion.
Movida International has approached authorities in the Netherlands seeking protection from the attack on its investments in Ukraine.
James is in the world final of the Movida Corona DJ competition at the Prater Dome in Vienna on November 29 where he will compete to be crowned champion.
Middlesbrough's Marcus Wedgewood has secured a place at the English final of Movida Corona, the world's biggest DJ competition.
Marc Spence, from Smethwick, put the turntables in a spin at the regional final of Movida Corona, the world's biggest DJ competition, which was held at Gatecrasher in Birmingham.