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Mover, 1) he who gives motion: “O thou eternal m. of the heavens,” H6B III, 3, 19.
2) causer; that which causes: “these most poisonous compounds, which are the --s of a languishing death,” Cymb. I, 5, 9.
3) one that is alive and active: “O fairest m. on this mortal round,” Ven. 368. “see here these --s that do prize their hours at a cracked drachm,” Cor. I, 5, 5.*
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