To set forward

Related to To set forward: set forth
to move or march; to begin to march; to advance.

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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.
He seems oblivious to the fact that they don't need to because he is doing that quite comprehensively himself" Former Tory minister Ann Widdecombe on the sex-texting MP "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" Prime Minister David Cameron "Please don't treat us like fools, please don't pretend this is a meaningful renegotiation, please don't pretend that the Prime Minister is battling hard to get these things agreed in the EU.
4% of the shares and the votes) that Scribona is required to set forward a mandatory offer to the other shareholders in PC LAN.