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Differrence between moving and movement, enroll and enrollment



 
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Differrence between moving and movement, enroll and enrollment #1 (permalink) Sun May 24, 2009 23:04 pm   Differrence between moving and movement, enroll and enrollment
 

What's the difference between moving and movement , enroll and enrollment .
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Differrence between moving and movement, enroll and enrollment #2 (permalink) Mon May 25, 2009 1:41 am   Differrence between moving and movement, enroll and enrollment
 

In each pair, the first is a verb and the second is a noun.
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