move forward

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Again, just have to forget this game and move forward into Game 2.
We move forward with the NAI by-laws changes, vetted through the membership over the past two years and approved by the Board of Directors in January.
To establish normalized relations between the two countries and open the border would contribute to peace and stability in the region, and we think that is true regardless of other issues -- that it needs to move forward independently of other issues, simply because it is in the interest of the two countries," he said.
While the investors are present as a group, there is leeway for independent partnerships, as individual investors can choose to move forward with an entrepreneur if a presentation grabbed their interest.
Your drug is nicely active against HIV in the test tube and didn't raise any worries in tests in mice and dogs, so it's time to move forward.
The report encourages NARA to move forward with a careful, modular procurement plan, starting with many small pilot programs to address focused aspects of the overall problem and then pulling together the pieces in the future.
Push off vigorously you should not move forward at a fast rate.
Elaborating further, the Pakistan High Commissioner said it is "good" that trade relations are increasing because they create a momentum of their own, a momentum which makes things move forward.
Lead, follow or get the hell out of the way" always gives me the motivation to move forward and accomplish something.
We are thrilled about the appointment and are looking forward to excellerating our progress as we move forward.