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  • This was her first role in a full-length motion picture.
  • Use a side to side or up and down motion.
  • Use a side to side or up and down motion.
  • However, the motion met with resistance and was never brought to a vote.
  • The hand motions used within the song and video also became very popular.
  • This metal surface would then be given the same motion and speed as the original recording surface.
  • Before scientists could find the right answer, they needed to know more about motion.
  • The information must be protected while in motion and while at rest.
  • Eight feature-length motion pictures were released based on single or double episodes of the show.
  • I looked towards her and she raised her hand, motioning us to come. Cited from The Maid-At-Arms, by Robert W. Chambers
  • She sat down and motioned him to another chair at some little distance. Cited from The Triflers, by Frederick Orin Bartlett
  • A second motion of no confidence failed to carry in early July.
  • Various motion pictures based upon the series have been made.
  • They motioned the women and children back when the head of the train came up. Cited from The Covered Wagon, by Emerson Hough
  • Other artists have created works from the material including stop-motion animation.
  • He did not speak, but motioned me with his hand to follow him. Cited from For The Admiral, by W.J. Marx
  • John motioned me to pass behind him and start down the hall.
  • I asked; she took one hand from her face and motioned me to go away. Cited from The Lady with the Dog and Other Stories, by Anton Chekhov
  • It was his first foray into live action film and second full-length motion picture release.
  • As he charged, his forward motion caused the flag to stream back.
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Meaning of motion

  • noun A change of position that does not entail a change of location
    the reflex motion of his eyebrows revealed his surprise, movement is a sign of life, an impatient move of his hand, gastrointestinal motility
  • noun A state of change
    they were in a state of steady motion
  • noun A formal proposal for action made to a deliberative assembly for discussion and vote
    he made a motion to adjourn, she called for the question
  • noun The act of changing location from one place to another
    police controlled the motion of the crowd, the movement of people from the farms to the cities, his move put him directly in my path