move out

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The guard blew his whistle, and the train began to move out of the station.

Gilbert put his arm in Henry's and made him move out of the Savoy courtyard.

And they do not move out of it, lest they excite the envy of their compatriots.

Move out of here, please,” said Bucks, “into the public waiting-room.

People started to move out; others were pushing in, and I also made for the door.

They began to move out sidewise on the log, half a step at a time.

As they blasted, Strett's satellite began to move out of its orbit.

Was it to move out of its place for the folly of your child?

There were stacks of them, in all sizes, loaded on skids and ready to move out.

Then it's up to me to get old Shells, or Hulls, or what's his name, to move out.

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