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forward

a. an attacking player in any of various sports, such as soccer, hockey, or basketball
b. (in American football) a lineman

forward

[′fȯr·wərd]
(navigation)
In a direction nearer dead ahead than dead astern.

forward

(messaging)
(verb) To send (a copy of) an electronic mail message that you have received on to one or more other addressees. Most e-mail systems can be configured to do this automatically to all or certain messages, e.g. Unix sendmail looks for a ".forward" file in the recipient's home directory.

A mailing list server (or "mail exploder") is designed to forward messages automatically to lists of people.

Unix manual page: aliases(5).
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Yet the paper's tone is immediate and anticipatory: the two leading factions exist "at this moment," "[n]othing decisive has yet been done," preparations are "in great forwardness," the explosion is "not far distant," and the outcome "cannot yet be foreseen.
They differ in the degree of forwardness of inflation expectations (backward-looking, forward-looking, and mixed expectations).
Today, with openly gay folk working in the White House and on sitcoms, Milk's forwardness doesn't seem as revolutionary as it did in 1978, when gays rarely embarrassed straights with their significant others.
After sending him several packages of her sketches and imploring him to visit Lang Syne, Peterkin apologized for her forwardness and then apologized for her apology.
Each chapter discusses Sephardi response to a set of pre-existing Ashkenazi institutions or models, and indications of "preZionist Zionism" are held up as precocious signifiers of cultural forwardness.
some degree of forwardness to preach Christ crucified and to invite others, by word and deed, to share in this reality, even as we cooperate with others in this calling.
In particular, we have followed Chetty's model because of its simplicity and straight forwardness.
There are many people at Random House who of course know Fiona much better than I do, but since our merger took place in July, I have loved working with her, not least for her wonderful sense of humour, straight forwardness, and generosity.
The PTI heavyweight Javed Hashmi who is a known for his bravery and straight forwardness holds Musharraf responsible for all the odds the country is confronting.
The ambassador said American leadership welcome those suggestions and welcome the honesty, straight forwardness and it will reciprocate with same honesty and straight forwardness so that the relationship of the two countries will be strong in the future.
Simon, 50, admits he wanted to work with her because he likes her forwardness.
Musharraf had said he specially liked Bush's straight forwardness.