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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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Flintshire County Council have a duty to bring forward plans to resolve the situation, it is time for the council to act.
We are working to bring forward schedules for ships due to dock at Sheerness in Kent over the next few months.
The Government has promised to bring forward proposals and allow MPs a free vote on the issue.
But while teenagers get at least some respite from the threat of unnatural practises, the rebuff for the Blair Government is said to have increased the likelihood that it will bring forward plans to abolish the House of Lords or at least the powers of it s hereditary peers.
The legislation we will bring forward these sittings and throughout the year will put the needs of Canberrans first to make sure Canberra keeps getting better.
Ms Onwurah said: "In his autumn statement, the Chancellor announced that he would bring forward investment in the Tyne and Wear Metro - investment that was originally secured by the previous Labour Government.
Council leader, Coun Michael Doody, said: "The council and its development partner Wilson Bowden have worked closely to bring forward this new retail development to protect and enhance the economic wellbeing of the town.
In June the minister announced his intention to bring forward plans for a new maternity unit in the pounds 143million Critical Care building being built in Belfast's Royal Victoria Hospital.
Birmingham City Council said it was proposing to bring forward some closures because suitable accommodation was available elsewhere.
A SLEAZE watchdog is poised to bring forward its inquiry into MPs' pay and perks as fresh controversy and a pounds 5 million increase in expenses claims sparked calls for an urgent shake-up.
I'm shocked that the Lib Dems on Newcastle Council have not taken up the Government's offer to bring forward spending on school building projects co-ordinated by the Council.
The association has called on the Government to bring forward plans for workers to be automatically enrolled into workplace schemes - from 2012 to now.