Called forward - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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call (one) forward
To instruct or signal one to step forward or come to the front of a group. Counselor, you may call your first witness forward. I knew that Becky had the poem memorized, so I called her forward to recite it.
call someone forward
to call to someone to the front, and to the attention of everyone present. The teacher called the student forward to recite. Don't call me forward. I am not prepared.
References in classic literature
The two men-at-arms, with whom Albert Malvoisin had not failed to communicate upon the import of their testimony, were now called forward
rifle bipod (also called forward
grip bipod), NSN 1005-01-541-1772
A proven entrepreneur, Rothkopf started providing Mac consulting in 1992 under the name Applecore, built and sold a $3M/year internet service provider with 25 employees called Forward
Forward's new business unit for this effort is called Forward