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set forward

[′set ′fȯr·wərd]
(mechanics)
Relative forward movement of component parts which occurs in a projectile, missile, or bomb in flight when impact occurs; the effect is due to inertia and is opposite in direction to setback.
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Certain environments set forward sustainable performance (even on disk array degradation) as a critical requirement.
Kenworth management, marketing and engineering staff reflected on a favorable truck market outlook; customers' embrace of the set back axle T880, well positioned after three years on the market and much on track to succeed the longstanding T800 model; solid response to the T880S, a set forward axle version introduced at ConExpo-Con/Agg 2017; Paccar MX engine and powertrain components' increasing traction among T880 and T660 series deliveries; and, two proprietary front axles joining the Paccar Powertrain program.
The project rolled out in June 2017 with the municipalities and road transport authorities in UAE keen to enhance road safety in the country in order to meet the agenda and objectives set forward by the Federal National Council (FNC) to reduce road fatalities.
The so-called "Tier 2" operations will be forced to comply with any additional requirements set forward by EU central banks, such as collateral conditions and extra cash cushions.
html) Time and Date , studies have shown an increase in instances of both heart attacks and road accidents when clocks are set forward one hour in the spring.
We must set forward positive and concrete Labour solutions to the daily fears and concerns they face.
Minister for Health and Ambulance Services Cameron Dick said the Queensland Health Occupational Violence Taskforce, chaired by former Community Safety Director-General Jim McGowan, had set forward a broad range of long-term measures to help improve staff safety.
While CL previously contributed to the cash flow of the firm, its sale will fund the investment bank's growth strategy set forward earlier this year.
My aim is to set forward a choice for the British people that they want and they can either choose to stay in a reformed European Union or to leave a European Union and, come what may, I will continue to lead the Government in the way I have" - David Cameron.
Nathan Cushnie, Visa's head of Emerging Products and Innovation for MENA, said: "Visa and Etisalat are pleased to give residents in the UAE a chance to experience the future of connected commerce, which aligns with the vision and goals set forward by the nation's leadership through the National Innovation Strategy and UAE Innovation Week.
The proposal set forward for a new and modern support facility for adults with a learning disability is an exciting one.
EcavuE-oy-lu, in a press conference earlier in the day, also said the "freeze in the fighting" plan set forward by the UN mediator in the Syrian conflict, Staffan de Mistura, was "well-intentioned" but that there were deficiencies in the implementation of the proposal and that they needed to be addressed if the plan is to be successful.