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• 1Moving on Up (song) — Moving on Up Single&#160;by M People from the album Elegant Slumming B side Remix …

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• 2Moving least squares — is a method of reconstructing continuous functions from a set of unorganized point samples via the calculation of a weighted least squares measure biased towards the region around the point at which the reconstructed value is requested. In&#8230; …

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• 3Moving the Mountain (novel) — Moving the Mountain &#160; Author(s) Charlotte Perkins Gilman …

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• 4Volume controlled intermittent mandatory ventilation — (VC IMV) refers to any mode of mechanical ventilation with preset tidal volume (VT) and inspiratory flow. Spontaneous breaths (i.e., inspiration is patient triggered and patient cycled) can exist between mandatory breaths. For intermittent&#8230; …

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• 5Moving average — For other uses, see Moving average (disambiguation). In statistics, a moving average, also called rolling average, rolling mean or running average, is a type of finite impulse response filter used to analyze a set of data points by creating a&#8230; …

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• 6Moving frame — The Frenet Serret frame on a curve is the simplest example of a moving frame. In mathematics, a moving frame is a flexible generalization of the notion of an ordered basis of a vector space often used to study the extrinsic differential geometry&#8230; …

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• 7Moving iron speaker — The earliest loudspeakers for speech and music were moving iron speakers. These are still used today in some miniature speakers where small size and low cost count, and sound quality is unimportant. A moving iron speaker consists of a ferrous&#8230; …

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• 8Volume (computing) — In the context of computer operating systems, volume is the term used to describe a single accessible storage area with a single file system, typically (though not necessarily) resident on a single partition of a hard disk. Similarly, it refers&#8230; …

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• 9Moving group — In astronomy, a moving group is a number of stars considered together because they share the same age, metallicity, and kinematics (radial velocity and proper motion). Hence, stars in a moving group likely formed in proximity and at nearly the&#8230; …

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• 10Moving Day (New York City) — The chaos of Moving Day in New York City in 1856 Moving Day was a tradition in New York City dating back to colonial times and lasting until after World War II. On February 1, sometimes known as Rent Day , landlords would give notice to their&#8230; …

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