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push ahead

 (with something)
1. Lit. to go on ahead, pushing with something. The worker pushed ahead with the plow, moving the snow to the side of the road. Our car followed the snowplow, which was pushing ahead at a fast clip.
2. and push ahead (on something) Fig. to continue to progress with something. Let's push ahead with this project immediately. I want to push ahead on this project.
See also: ahead, push
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Hamad Bu Amim, director-general of the Dubai Chamber, said: "This balance will send a strong message to the business community about the seriousness of the government to push ahead with a rational budget in 2010 and ensure that the economy is on a long-standing stable growth trajectory.
JJB, whose shares rose almost 7%, is now expected to push ahead with the cash call on shareholders this week.
Welcoming the news, Mr Smith said: "The Government has re-affirmed its commitment to St Athan by following through on the decision it made in October to push ahead with Package One at St Athan.
Summary: Turkey will continue to push ahead with its mediation efforts to get the Lebanese presidential elections on track, Turkish diplomatic sources said on Thursday.
The company said it would push ahead with plans to refit shops and recapture a young market with more fashionable ranges.
Turnout was short of the 50 per cent level needed to make the vote binding, but socialist Prime Minister Jose Socrates is vowing to push ahead and "respect the opinion of the Portuguese people.
Now the council's cabinet has decided to push ahead with the search for a new service provider.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's special election while vowing to push ahead on his own reform agenda.
To do so, we must push ahead with our long term goals --unlocking the potential of the less developed parts of the City, like the Far West Side--while continuing the most vital work of rebuilding Downtown.
TOKYO - Economic and fiscal policy minister Heizo Takenaka pledged Monday to continue to push ahead with structural reforms following his victory in Sunday's House of Councillors election.
DANCERS as well as choreographers are urged to push ahead.
What this means, according to top Japanese officials, is that Prime Minister Koizumi will need to push ahead with structural reforms such as overhauling the postal service and selling off state-owned assets in order to strengthen the party's future election prospects.
Fayed didn't take it seriously, but Juventus were extremely keen to push ahead with a similar agreement to the one which ended up on Liverpool's table.
What we need are mentors who will encourage us to ignore the myths and push ahead, reminding us that our generation of gay youth is impossible to fit into a neat little box.
The chairman made the remark following a statement by the Italian Transport Minister that "the airline must push ahead with a restructuring or go bust in a few months".