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go-ahead

n. permission to proceed; the signal to go ahead. (see also say-so.) I gave him the go-ahead, and the tanks started moving in.
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The company, which operates under the name People's Express, was bought by Newcastle-upon-Tyne-based train and bus operator Go-Ahead.
But while insisting that the pounds 2bn Severnside Airport east of Newport would still be commercially viable, Mr Stephen admitted that if the speculation was true, it would make securing the go-ahead much more difficult.
Molina's ball hit the top of the wall, and initially appeared to hit the back wall behind the fence for a go-ahead home run.
In its pre-close trading update for the six months ending 27 December 2014, David Brown, group chief executive of Go-Ahead, said: "Overall trading in the year to date has been robust, with a solid performance in our bus and rail operations.
Newcastle-based Go-Ahead, which also runs trains and handles cargo and car parking at 15 airports, reported a pounds 147m rise in revenue to pounds 2,346.
Go-Ahead chairman Sir Patrick Brown - announcing six monthly results - said the business had "retained a bidding team to prepare for the forthcoming competitions for both the newly defined West Midlands and East Midlands franchises".
He's hit three go-ahead home runs in the eighth inning or later, and his solo home run off J.
Go-Ahead chief executive David Brown said: "Our bus and rail businesses have delivered a robust performance, in line with expectations.
Within the rail arm, the operating performance at Southern continued to be excellent with good passenger volume growth, and the recovery in passenger numbers at Thameslink following the terrorist attacks in the summer had continued through the period, Go-Ahead added.
Go-Ahead said Martin Ballinger, 60, will leave the rail and bus company at the end of December.
PUBLIC transport group Go-Ahead plans to make profits of PS100m a year by 2016 from running bus services in the UK.
Go-Ahead is confident that the profitability of Aviance, which has been tussling with the downturn in the aviation market since September 11, would improve during the year.
scored the go-ahead run on a hit by Ruben Rivera that was misread by Dodgers center fielder Marquis Grissom.
PUBLIC transport giant Go-Ahead is continuing to look for small "bolt-on" bus acquisitions after adding three businesses to the group since February.
Transport group Go-Ahead yesterday snapped up privately owned bus operator Wilts & Dorset for pounds 31.