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“Go ahead”

A phrase used in pilot-controller radio transmissions, meaning “Proceed with your message.” This is normally in reply to “Ready to copy?” The term should not be used for any other purpose.
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WITH OR WITHOUT YOU: Docklands project will go ahead despite Travellers' objections; BONO: New studio for U2
Their desire for more in-depth and interactive vacations has inspired Go Ahead Tours to create these new itineraries that focus on specific regions of America--and give our travelers an unforgettable and rewarding experience whether they travel as a single, couple or family.
Go Ahead Training is based at The Workplace in Newton Aycliffe and employs three members of staff, with plans to add to the team over the coming months.
Ariffin said she was worried that her father would go ahead and divorce her mother, as he is a hot-tempered man.
PA) is likely to go ahead with the purchase of Fortis' assets.
This leaves the Dons with three games on successive nights, against Eredivisie side Vitesse Arnhem tonight, amateur outfit Rietvogels tomorrow and Go Ahead Eagles 24 hours later.
30am precautionary check to see if their showpiece meeting can go ahead.
Go Ahead state they are putting on extra XII s to go via Scotswood Road/Business Park, but these only start at Blaydon
THE wet spell that has gripped the country for the last couple of days looks set to continue with just four meetings likely to go ahead today.
THE Royal Show will go ahead this July even if it has to be without the animals that have made it world-famous, officials declared today.
to determine whether Thursday's meeting can go ahead.
ECB spokesman John Read said: "We have received a signed document saying in the Foreign Office's view it's safe for the tour to go ahead.