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go forward

1. To move straight ahead. Just go forward a few more steps, and you'll be close enough to hit the piñata.
2. To continue or proceed, especially despite problems or challenges. Oh, we're going forward with our weekend plans—I refuse to let a little rain stop us! As we go forward, please keep me apprised of any changes.
3. To advance, as in a competition. We won't go forward in the playoffs if we don't start scoring more goals.
4. To be suggested or recommended for something. I don't think my name went forward for the promotion, unfortunately.
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go forward

v.
1. To move in the direction in which one is facing: I stepped on the accelerator and the car went forward.
2. To begin as planned: The demolition of the old building went forward despite protests from the local historical society.
3. To continue; make progress: We need to watch the budget for this project as we go forward.
4. To advance to the next in a sequence of levels: Whoever wins this competition will go forward to the final round. Only two of the contestants went forward.
5. To be passed on as a recommendation. Used especially of people's names: The names of three people went forward as possible candidates for president.
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Krishnan enrolled on the Go Forward programme to improve his language and business skills.
He said: "The Go Forward programme has made a huge difference to my life.
The feedback we have had from some previous Go Forward graduates speaks for itself: One, Alison Holder said: "The Go Forward programme was easy to access and the help and support I received made juggling family life and work easier than I had first expected.
So, if you are not currently in work or training and would like to gain the skills to get you into a new career, then Go Forward is the right choice for you.
While opponents of tax breaks condemn their use as a "corporate welfare," it is obvious to real estate executives that without a boost, these projects could not go forward and tenants would not commit to space.
I'm not backing down from my decision, but if the school board decides not to go forward, I won't regret anything.
The groups sent a letter today to the developers re-iterating their agreement that the school and housing aspects of the plan should go forward.
in Florida on August 20th 2003, and the case will now go forward there.
com will be able to present to regulators and operators a turnkey solution that will satisfy the technical requirements, as outlined in the legislation, required for Nevada regulators to go forward with interactive gaming.
APS retained the right to go forward within the same area with the development of smaller electric generation facilities.
Looking forward, Freiman states, "We are a CNS company so if we were to go forward we would look at CNS products primarily.
Nasdaq:CADA) today announced that pending shareholder approval, it plans to change its name to "CAM Commerce Solutions" to better represent its business model, target markets, and opportunities on a go forward basis.
Rupert is negotiating to acquire additional properties in the district and is adequately financed to go forward with its planned staged exploration program which is going forward with geochemical sampling.
Tribasa is currently confident that its major Mexico City projects, including the Colegio Militar portion of the western Mexico City beltway and the Elevated Rail, will go forward.