forge ahead


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forge ahead

To proceed with something. The start of my presentation did not go as I had hoped, but I had to just forge ahead and keep talking.
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forge ahead

or forge on
v.
To continue moving forward or making progress: The reporters forged ahead with the investigation. The weary troops forged on despite the snow.
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Having developed a blueprint for regulatory reform a year ago, state insurance commissioners continued to forge ahead with the business of creating the model laws and other necessary framework.
In this article, we prescribe an action plan that will enable you to forge ahead into the next 30 years and beyond.
Intrigue, adventure and suspense abound as they forge ahead hunting elephants and other wild game, battling and then allying with fierce warriors, and falling in love.
As we forge ahead in our individual towns and cities, it is important now and then to take off our parochial town hats, step back, and cheer one another on when we do well, or reach a significant goal.
The partners decided to forge ahead with the 53,000-square-foot project in spite of the economy because of the money already invested in consultants, architects and engineers, says Taus.