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We present new sensitive, high angular resolution 1.3, 2, and 6 cm observations of the continuum emission from the peculiar emission-line star MWC 349A, made with the Very Large Array. This radio emission is believed to originate in an ionized flow produced by the photoevaporation of a disk that surrounds the star. We determine for the first time the proper motion of this source, which is consistent with that expected for the location of the source in the galaxy. Our analysis of the images,doi:10.1086/518472 fatcat:h3wymzpjuzasfb62bhqy5vljdq