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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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The researchers conclude that the "behavioral composition" of the social networks of teenagers who have moved, as well as these teenagers' own risk behaviors, best explains why they are more likely than others to begin having intercourse.
The chances of that tree being moved and surviving are very slim - about 15 to 20 percent.
I moved to the top when the need for change had been acknowledged by the university administration.
A comprehensive detailed inventory is your best tool for controlling costs, Preparing a detailed and accurate list of all items of furniture and equipment to be moved is essential.
Cabinets can be moved without disturbing their contents using the latest state-of-the-art equipment, a Spider Crane.
Over the past few years, more people have left California than have moved into it, with Mayflower Transit moving more than 13,000 families from the state just last year.
Softek's Nonstop Data Mobility(TM) solutions have moved 42 petabytes of data for more than 60 percent of the Fortune 1000.
Among the Valley's recent arrivals are Karine Rastkelenyan who moved to Van Nuys' Cohasset Street in 1989 after she and her family escaped political turmoil in Armenia.
Recently, for instance, MCB moved the American Cancer Society to Atlanta to occupy 80,000 square feet of space in two separate buildings, spread out on a total of 11 floors.
Call friends and relatives who have already moved and ask questions; they will be able to give you the best references.
During the pilot's run, participating contractors moved 23,400 shipments.