forge ahead


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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.
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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.
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We will focus on the finish line and forge ahead. No weakness.
And forge ahead they did; a series of album releases established them as creators of innovative and clever music and earned them a lifetime career.
"We will forge ahead with implementing and developing this technology.
WORKING GIRL, MORE4, 9PM Tess McGill (Melanie Griffith) is a frustrated secretary, struggling to forge ahead in the world of big business in New York.
Summary: Rabat - Morocco is set to forge ahead with moralizing public life and fighting corruption and economic crimes, Prime Minister Abbas El Fassi said on Tuesday.
The Head of State expressed satisfaction at the steady development of the friendly relations of cooperation between Tunisia and Argentine , stressing care to forge ahead on the way of boosting joint action and strengthen cooperation and enrich their its fields for the benefit of the two friendly peoples' interests.
Proud Patsy is capable of calling the shots on the inside, but Romeo Surfer can track that rival with Dave Firmager's dog fancied to forge ahead off the final bend.
A shape resembling a mare he threw over his fence, Shouting mare, mare, making the farmer very tense, The message being wild horse would eat his crop, Encouraging the farmer to forge ahead refusing to stop.
Setback for would-be MP LIVERPOOL political hopeful Luciana Berger has vowed to forge ahead with her election bid after being engulfed by a second crisis.
Fairbridge boss Wayne Mason said: "The session will include a short presentation, a question and answer session and a 'speed dating' event for school staff to meet and question our instructors and tour our facilities." The idea is to forge ahead with the development of the under-16 programme, he said.
AirTran Airways revealed yesterday that it continues to be willing to wager approximately $290 million on the notion that opposites do indeed attract, as the prototypical low-cost carrier said it intends to forge ahead in its bid to acquire Midwest Airlines despite the Milwaukee-based full-service carrier's rejection of its initial overture.
Taylor agrees with AIM PowerGen, that there's little reason to forge ahead with many of Ontario's wind power projects if they can't be connected to the provincial grid.
It would be nice if it were simpler--if nursing homes and assisted living facilities could simply forge ahead, doing what they do best--providing supportive care and active lifestyles around the clock for the frail, the vulnerable, and the handicapped, and being paid fairly for it, end of story.
When one is injured, three forge ahead, riding through Confederate lines, staying in wartime Richmond, Virginia, falling in love, and finally escaping back to Union territory in the Shenandoah Valley.
Some former students will undoubtedly eschew the government settlement, preferring to forge ahead with litigation.