set in motion

  1. get going; give impetus to
    launch a career
    Her actions set in motion a complicated judicial process
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How To Use set in motion In A Sentence

  • Such objects set in motion a powerful dynamic whereby the maker uses an artful creation to awaken the mind of the viewer - often in very playful ways.
  • The wheels of change have been set in motion.
  • Similarly, where the parts are set in motion towards each other they are known as travelling threads, i.e. acme threads (in the leadscrew of the lathe). 1. Purpose and importance of thread cutting by dies and taps
  • Does this excite your interest, activate your curiosity, lead you to reappraise the familiar; does it set in motion a process of questioning?
  • We posit that * once set in motion* the same forces that generated diverse forms of dogginess, when coupled with the vast resources of time such as that which carved the grand canyon, can yield the flagellum and far more. Analogy, How Scientifically Powerful is It?
  • Now, since this money is unbacked by any previous production of real wealth it will set in motion an exchange of nothing for something, or a redirection of real savings from wealth generators towards the borrower of the newly created $1000.
  • Billed as a true story (which it isn't), this Coen brothers masterpiece set in motion a wild-goose chase for a stash of cash buried near a highway in North Dakota.
  • Of course, this batch file can be set in motion from within the database, if required.
  • We do not know if he intended thus to set in motion the events that subsequently transpired.
  • Destiny was not to be opposed and the cogwheels that were set in motion could not be stopped, not even by him.
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