shoot forward

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He saw a mighty arm upraised, and a stout spear shoot forward toward the lion, to bury itself in the broad chest.
"We will speak about a new shoot forward," he said.
After Johnston was shot, his foot jammed on the accelerator, causing his Audi RS4 to shoot forward and slam into roadside barriers.
If you're driving a car, don't recline the seat back; that will force your head to shoot forward and put additional stress on your upper traps."
"The lady was trying to manoeuvre her car, but somehow hit the gas pedal with force causing it to shoot forward and smash through the front of the bank," he added.
Tony tried to climb out of the car but accidentally stood on the accelerator causing the automatic Ford Focus to shoot forward and crush him between the car and a wall.
The inquest heard the bike's accelerator was so powerful even someone experienced in using it could have underestimated the potential to shoot forward.
He said: "There was no evidence that he had been told if you pull the hand throttle up when it is in gear then it will shoot forward. But the dangers of that are known at regimental level.
When the car was examined it was found to have a number of defects, including a tendency to shoot forward uncontrollably at high speed.
'He had to be more positive when the ball was at his feet and he had to shoot forward more often, and although he was bitterly disappointed to miss the Brazil game due to injury Parry seems to be on top of his game.
"The sales rep had just gone into his boot, looking for samples, when I saw the silver car shoot forward.
Neighbours saw the Volvo shoot forward, hit a third home then run Joan over.