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move

(in board games)
a. a player's turn to move his piece or take other permitted action
b. a permitted manoeuvre of a piece
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move

(1) In programming, to copy data from one place in memory to another. Move is really a copy, because at the end of the move, source and destination data are identical. MOV is an assembly language instruction.

(2) In word processing and graphics, to relocate text and images to another part of the document or drawing.

(3) An external DOS/Windows command that moves a file to a new location (it copies first, then deletes the source file). Widely used by Windows programmers and power users, the syntax is like the Copy command. The following example moves the MYBUDGET spreadsheet into the \NEXTYEAR folder. See copy.
  C:\BUDGETS>move mybudget.xls \nextyear
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Gleason notes this third-party company that is labeled as Village Green Concierge assigns an employee who serves as the residents' personal concierge before move-in, during residency and after move out.
Another factor that led some to move out was uncertainty about the future of housing cooperatives generally and about the future of Harbourside specifically.
If you do not have leases, you can distribute the starting occupancy in a similar manner to reflect when people normally move out.
apartment renters are increasingly choosing to stay put rather than move up to new apartments, move down to cheaper units or move out to buy homes.
apartment renters are increasingly choosing to stay put rather than move up to new apartments, move to less-expensive units or move out to buy homes, according to MPF Research, a division of RealPage.