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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

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.
See also: ahead, forge

forge on

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

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.
See also: ahead, forge
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The Forge Initiative also includes a partner program for highly motivated innovators to work closely with Autodesk.
Project Forge capabilities span all aspects of industrial and mechanical design, melded with anytime, anywhere access to data, collaborative and social development capabilities the cloud has to offer.
"Press size varies, especially in the distance between the dies," said Al Robertson, vice president of marketing and sales at Lehigh Heavy Forge in Bethlehem, Pa.
So far FOF, which comprises seven committee members together with pub regulars, have paid for the forge to be surveyed.
Other key new features in PlateSpin Forge 2.5 include: Multi-tenancy, enabling users to host multiple customers on a single PlateSpin Forge appliance; support for virtual-to-physical Server Sync, providing faster failback scenarios and significantly reducing restore time to the repaired server after an outage; support for replications lasting more than 24 hours; user interface enhancements, giving customers the ability to failover, failback and change protected workloads within the PlateSpin Forge interface; appliance portability, allowing customers to retain server protection contracts when the Forge appliance is moved to a different network; and support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista workloads.
Close, who started learning the ways of hammer, anvil, tongs and forge at the age of 8.
The North York Moors National Park Authority is appealing to local people to help them with the restoration of the rare 19th Century forge at Chop Gate.
The group Friends of Churchill Forge have announced the move following an extensive restoration programme funded by English Heritage.
CTI chose Scot Forge to supply the forged parts after Williamson and Purchasing Manger Juel Hensley visited Scot Forge's plant.
Soon after his arrival aboard Valley Forge in January 1952, Michener witnessed what was to become the central theme for his book.
The new version of Sound Forge includes 20 DirectX Audio Plug-Ins, including XFX1, XFX2 and XFX3, and Acoustic Mirror, which can be used for acoustic simulation and microphone modeling.
The new arrival keeps TGA Morgan Platts on course to become the most advanced forge in Europe.
The nine are suspected of conspiring to forge alien registration cards by using personal computers and other equipment at the homes of Chen and Lu from March through April this year.
For Felix Amar, president of Hampton Forge, the appearance of forged flatware is the key to its success in the marketplace.
These companies forge their parts closer to net shape to save valuable machining time and steel cost.