Movement definition

Movement means entering or leaving a place of residence or, in the case of people not ordinarily resident in the Republic, their place of temporary residence while in the Republic;
Movement means either a take-off or landing;

Examples of Movement in a sentence

  • Additional International Olympic Committee, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement names (including their IDN variants) may be added to the list upon ten (10) calendar days notice from ICANN to Registry Operator.

  • As instructed from time to time by ICANN, the names (including their IDN variants, where applicable) relating to the International Olympic Committee, International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement listed at xxxx://xxx.xxxxx.xxx/en/resources/registries/reserved shall be withheld from registration or allocated to Registry Operator at the second level within the TLD.

  • Finally, it should be noted that for reasons of legal basis (the Articles of the Treaty regarding the free movement of EU citizens within the territory of the Member States), the Free Movement Directive and its facilitations only apply to family members of EU citizens who are exercising or have exercised their right to free movement.

  • R.C. Agarwal and Mahesh Bhatnagar, Constitutional Development and National Movement of India, S.

  • Nevertheless, single-union strikes have not been a major problem in Den- mark, mainly due to a long tradition for cooperation within the Danish La- bor Movement, and the coordinating role of the Federation of Labor Unions (LO).


More Definitions of Movement

Movement means a flight, or a portion of a flight, through any aerodrome airspace, TMA airspace or area (en route) airspace;
Movement means the act of shipping, carrying, transporting, offering for shipment, receiving for shipment, or allowing to be transported by any means.
Movement means the Young Liberal Movement of Australia (New South Wales Division) formed under clause 15.1.1;
Movement means a docking or undocking, mooring or unmooring, a transit to or from a pilot station, coming alongside an anchored vessel, or anchoring a vessel;
Movement. , in relation to an airport, means a take-off or landing by an aircraft at the airport.
Movement means entering or leaving a place of residence.