Kramer, known widely as the Vet Guru runs his own mobile practice that focuses on pain management.
Most heinously of all, she carried pictures of Western pop stars, notably Celine Dion, on her mobile phone.
Given the insatiable appetite for apps, some bankers believe they must embrace the mobile option.
Ten of those incidents included the mobile rocket launch system known as the man-portable air defense sytsem or MANPAD.
Blissfully, the pub has a ‘no music, no machines, no television and no mobile phones’ rule.
The line are to cross first, then the mobile, and then the active battalions of the National Guards.
This trade is controlled mainly at mobile, which is also a lumber-market.
He whose eyes are mobile and sharp is a deceiver, crafty and a thief.
Many of them, of course, are mobile, so that we never lose the sport of searching for them.
Forrest himself was expected to pass through Meridian that evening, en route for mobile.
late 15c., from Middle French mobile (14c.), from Latin mobilis "movable, easy to move; loose, not firm," figuratively, "pliable, flexible, susceptible, nimble, quick; changeable, inconstant, fickle," contraction of *movibilis, from movere "to move" (see move (v.)). Sociology sense from 1927. Mobile home first recorded 1940.
city in Alabama, U.S., attested c.1540 in Spanish as Mauvila, referring to an Indian group and perhaps from Choctaw (Muskogean) moeli "to paddle." Related: Mobilian.
A sculpture made up of suspended shapes that move.
Note: Alexander Calder, a twentieth-century American sculptor, is known for his mobiles.