self-moving

[ self-moo-ving, self- ]SEE DEFINITION OF self-moving
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Every mobile of the last kind is called a self-moving thing.

He was the inventor of self-moving fans, wind-sails, and ventilators.

He can waft himself from world to world by his own self-moving powers.

I think it possible to produce a self-moving power by such a machine as that, a drawing of which is now prefixed.

A consequent increased interest in the subject of self-moving mechanism was thus created.

I took my pistols and placed myself near the self-moving door of the cellar, holding a dark lantern in my hand.

Nature is in all its parts living, self-moving along the lines of its development, productivity and product both in one.

Holland and England, self-helping, self-moving, were already inaugurating a new era in the history of the world.

I am a self-moving saw or a living spade and its life consists in this, to keep its edge clean and sharp.

You ask why your restless microscopic atoms may not come together and become self-conscious and self-moving organisms.

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