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Pitak Siam group spokesman Air Marshal Watchara Ritthakanee had earlier said the group's rally Saturday and Sunday would be non-violent and that the movement would not move the crowd to the Government House or Parliament.
He is being recognised for his mixing ability and his capability to move the crowd after starting out at the age of 11.
The third installment of the Soulcial Series presents a show meant to move the crowd, soothe the senses and stimulate the soul.
On the matter of asking police to move the crowds outside City Hall to enable cars to park, Coun Berman was right to request such assistance.
It gave me new ways to move the crowd and interact with the crowd.
We had police on bikes as well as horseback just trying to move the crowd to get the bus through.
If this club started winning some serious stuff and got into the Champions League then that would hugely move the Reading brand along and move the crowd on.
The Spoken Wordshop My Spoken Wordshop has these essential elements: (1) Finding the Experts (2) Getting into the Discourse (3) The Wordshop (4) Writer's Rights (5) Community Share (6) Responding with Responsibility (7) The Open Mic (8) RE-Vision (9) Move the Crowd While these elements have unique names, essentially they utilize basic pedagogical principles: Assess Prior Schema, Conduct a Mini Lesson, Guided Practice, Independent Practice, Anchor Charting, Critique, Authentic Products, Real Audiences.