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Exchange 2007 Mailbox moves using Move-Mailbox

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I can create a ps1 file with the following:
move-mailbox ps1 targetdatabase Standard Users - 200MB -Confirm:$False
move-mailbox ps2 targetdatabase Standard Users - 200MB -Confirm:$False
move-mailbox ps3 targetdatabase Standard Users - 200MB -Confirm:$False
move-mailbox ps4 targetdatabase Standard Users - 200MB -Confirm:$False
move-mailbox ps5 targetdatabase Standard Users - 200MB -Confirm:$False

However it will only move one mailbox at a time. Is there anyway to move more then 1 at a time via the EMS?
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