press onward


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press onward

To continue or try to do something with determination, especially when facing hardships or setbacks. It was discouraging to learn that our budget had been cut, but we pressed onward in the hopes of recovering our investment costs. We have to press onward. We've come too far to turn back now!
See also: onward, press
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When their CamelBak hydration systems were depleted, the marines could resupply from GUSS and press onward.
Sometimes it is the storyteller who changes, fortifying herself to press onward toward discovery and articulation despite confronting each step of the way inner and outer barricades; other times, it is one of the listeners who exchanges places with the storyteller, taking up the exploration of "back then" and "what came next" because she is distanced (and hence protected) from personal involvement in the original events.
And although the temptation may be to return to the old way of things or to simply preserve what we have left, God's word tells us to not be afraid nor discouraged, but to press onward.
Having achieved its main goal, it does not feel the need to press onward, so it presses sideways.
We must not stop at instrumental justifications for society, argues Hittinger, but should press onward to ask whether association offers any intrinsic good or perfection to the persons who engage in it (265-70).
We think our report highlights our members' efforts in all the areas and fully expect they will continue to press onward in the journey towards sustainability," said Frank Hurd, CARE chairman and CRI vice president.
He saw Bella Coola culture as a dying way of life: "Though the individual may suffer, civilization must press onward and the life of the Indian will soon disappear" (p.
Nobody knows how long the cleanup of the shambles will press onward.
As retailers, manufacturers and broadcasters press onward with HDTV, the satellite industry is also positioning itself for the age of digital television.