first motion

first motion

[′fərst ′mō·shən]
(aerospace engineering)
The first indication of motion of a rocket, missile, or test vehicle from its launcher.
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He took her hand; whether she had not herself made the first motion, she could not say she might, perhaps, have rather offered itbut he took her hand, pressed it, and certainly was on the point of carrying it to his lips when, from some fancy or other, he suddenly let it go.
Hester's first motion had been to cover her bosom with her clasped hands.
The first motion was submitted by PML-F lawmaker Nand Kumar to the Secretary Sindh Assembly GM Umar Farooq.
A], November 27 (ANI): French film director Luc Besson revealed that the follow-up film to his 2017 sci-fi adventure flick 'Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets' would not be as expensive as the first motion picture in the franchise.
In their first motion for a new trial, they said the court erred in rejecting Plackowskas insanity defense.
1888 - Louis Le Prince films first motion picture: Roundhay Garden Scene.
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Tatad also questioned why the court issued a one-and-a-half page resolution junking the first motion for reconsideration filed by the petitioners in the case.
WHO designed and patented the first motion picture camera?
The first motion denounced Israel's discriminatory policy in Jerusalem, especially in Al-Aqsa mosque, the the first Qiblah and the third holiest place in Islam.
The Third Division pointed out that this is the second motion of Napoles that sought that she be excused from attending the hearings after her first motion on the matter had been turned down.
The world's first motion pictures of the sun (not related to an eclipse) were filmed at the McMath-Hulbert Observatory in Lake Angelus.