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In terms, moving (LH:4), the past participle or inflected form of move; a body in the process of having its location displaced; producing or transferring motion or action.[1]


The following are related quotes:

“Why are people busily moving? For food they are seeking, children they would fain beget, feeding them well as then can. Traveler, mark this well, and, when thou art home, do thou likewise! More can no mortal effect, work with what ardor he will.”
Johann Goethe (1790), “Venetian Epigrams” [2]

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  1. Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary, 2000.
  2. (a) Goethe, Johann. (1790). “Venetian Epigrams”. Germany.
    (b) Margulis, Lynn; Sagan, Dorion. (2000). What is Life? (pg. 44). University of California Press.

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