move in on
to move in on
- seize control of
- On April 1, Nanyo Foods Co. Ltd. will move to its new building in Yokohama.
- In a characteristically awkward move, Regis patted his guest on the arm.
- We found a glitch in the program that will have to be dealt with before we move on.
- The shoulder joints, as well as moving on their own, also move in conjunction with arm movements.
- Nowadays we are living in trouble times but it's necessary move on and trying to be happy.
- I thought I had him in a corner, but then he pulled an unexpected move and completely turned the tables on me.
- Refunds should be granted only on products that are allowed to move freely in the Community.
- In May 2003, the Commission adopted a Communication on ‘Modernising Company Law and enhancing Corporate Governance in the European Union – A plan to move forward’ .
- ‘Variable position lamps’ means lamps installed on the tractor which can move in relation to it and whose lenses cannot be concealed.
- It shall be possible to move the train in this condition on the same gradient for ten minutes and to reach 60 km/h.
- Refunds should be granted only on products that are allowed to move freely in the Community and that comply with the requirements of Regulation (EC) No 318/2006.
- reach connecting flights when in transit, with assistance on the air and land sides and within and between terminals as needed, move to the toilet facilities if required.
- Perch heights should be adjusted in response to the birds' behaviour by seeing how easily birds can get on and off perches and move between them.
- Several positive steps have been made in this respect, such as the new Eurostat policy on dissemination of information and the move towards a freely accessible Eurlex portal.
- Based on the Commission’s Opinion on Croatia’s application for membership, the purpose of the European Partnership with Croatia is to identify priorities for action in order to support efforts to move closer to the European Union within a coherent framework.