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proceed with

To begin, continue, or move ahead with some action or undertaking. Now that we have secured planning permission from the city, we can proceed with construction as planned. After the squatters' appeal was overturned by the Supreme Court, the company proceeded with evicting them from the empty warehouses.
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proceed with something

to move ahead with something; to continue something. Now, we will proceed with the reading of the minutes of the last meeting. When will you proceed with the needed action?
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proceed with

v.
To begin or continue some action or process: The company proceeded with its plan to fire the workers, despite opposition from the union.
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Berkeley law professor John Yoo, a former official in John Ashcroft's Justice Department, concluded that the Court had left the government "with sufficient flexibility to effectively prevail in the future." The effects of the rulings have yet to be fully felt since the proceedings have a long way to go before they are finally played out, but the fine print of the Court's controlling opinions, combined with the manner in which the government is proceeding with enemy combatant hearings, strongly suggests that widespread proclamations about the triumph of liberty were premature and probably in serious error.
The Tax Court has to determine if the bankruptcy court's discharge order prevents the IRS from proceeding with the collection action.
DeCastro then immediately commenced a Supreme court action and temporarily restrained the co-op from proceeding with the termination of the proprietary lease.
Obviously, when this happens, the practitioner should make every effort to ascertain and evaluate all prior activity, and whether some damage control is necessary before proceeding with the representation.
T then brought suit in Tax Court, claiming that the delay in proceeding with the civil case was the result of a "ministerial" act within the meaning of Sec.
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