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forge away at (something)

To work on or toward goal or task with great determination, diligence, and vigor. I've been forging away at my little business here for two years, and now I've really established myself within the community. The team has been forging away at their shot for a championship all year.
See also: away, forge

forge ahead

or forge on
To continue moving forward or making progress: The reporters forged ahead with the investigation. The weary troops forged on despite the snow.
See also: ahead, forge
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Smart forgers are likely to employ not only the style of the artist and treatments to simulate age, but also the kinds of pigments employed in the past.
The forgers who are featured in the London exhibition often provided certificates of authenticity signed by experts to help sell their works, some of which are on display alongside the items themselves.
The group has really enjoyed working with Forger on this project.
There are a few awkward moments in this story: any good forger should have caught the grammatical blunder eight lines up on p.
This is what prompted Jeff Forger to come up with the idea of creating a website that would serve as a central processing point for providing readers with direct links to the companies appearing in the magazine.
In 1998, Rosenblum published a translation of a contemporary account of Vrain-Denis Lucas, the extraordinary forger of letters, under the title The Prince of Forgers, and earlier he contributed an essay on Thomas James Wise to a 1997 volume of the Dictionary of Literary Biography devoted to bibliographers.
also allowed himself to play a part on behalf of the forgers William
When police are trying to catch a forger, they take handwriting samples from all suspects.
Great was the threat: art risked being hollowed out into an empty shell by the forger, 'an alien agent of destruction whose absurdly noxious behaviour must be met with the utmost severity.
The policeman approached the forger pretending he wanted to buy a certificate," Al-Madinah daily quoted Col.
When we exclaim that truth is stranger than fiction, it certainly is true in the book entitled The Forger, by Cioma Schonhaus.
In fact the figurine was "knocked up" by master forger Shaun Greenhalgh, 47, in his garden shed in Bolton.
Authorities don't know whether convicted burglar and forger Scott Matteo, extortionist Manuel Soler and Julian Ruiz, convicted of disregard for safety, are still in the area or were picked up by an accomplice after leaving the Soledad Canyon Road camp.