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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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"A lot of planning has gone into this development and it will go ahead no matter what," she said.
Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott gave the go ahead for Liverpool to bid for more money last night.
That means next week's rescheduled CIS Cup ties - on the days when firefighters plan their first 48 hour walk out - will go ahead.
So, for instance, our Informix module: when you load the plug-in, you literally can go ahead and push it across a network, say a Wide Area Network or an IP network to another server or to a client and load that Informix module or that Oracle module.
CARDIFF City legend Kevin McNaughton admits there have been problems planning his Bluebirds' testimonial game, but he is hopeful it may go ahead early next season.
BUS and rail operator Go Ahead said first-quarter trading was in line with expectations.
However, Mr Mosley insisted that it cannot go ahead without the agreement of all F1 teams.
DELIGHT Go Ahead's chief executive Keith Ludeman pledged action
Mr Baugh was seeking permission at the tribunal preliminary hearing to go ahead with his compensation claims for constructive unfair dismissal and unpaid wages against his former employers.
Kuala Lumpur, Jan 21 (ANI): A Malaysian man, who is dead set against his daughter marrying, has threatened to divorce her mother should she go ahead and marry.
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ABERDEEN'S pre-season plans have been thrown into chaos after Dutch football hooligans caused the cancellation of their final tour game against Go Ahead Eagles.