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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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However, most of the people sport it for exhibiting their fashion forwardness.
Burger asserts that a knowledge company builds its existence on its employees' knowledge forwardness, on a deep knowledge analysis of its activities and processes, on knowledge--based management, and targeted management of knowledge discovery, improvement and its usage.
For indeed such clumsy forwardness is not only unseemly, not only useless and purposeless, but it does harm to art and to the spread of true taste.
I was startled by the forwardness of her question and by her demeanor.
But linear text, and particularly regular linear text, however we choose to use it, proposes a model of consistent forwardness, which introduces chronometricity, that is to say, the repeatability, in sequence, of isochronous units.
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It's all about having the fruit forwardness and not having the barrel show," he said.
In Thomas Porter's The Villain (1662), Sandford as Malignii, after being scorned for his forwardness utters "why, is my person then so odious?
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Walking into any of the suites at the H72, the first thing that strikes you is the simplicity and the straight forwardness of the contemporary lines.
33) Necrophilia may be a step too far for Nesbit's readers, but the shrieking of the husband, his 'unreasoning terror' (44) at the sexual forwardness of a wife who had tricked him into marriage, and now enters his bedroom without asking, comments on male anxieties about the female sexual appetite, 'I shrank from her--I feared her--I would not take her to my heart' (44).