To set forward

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

See also: Set

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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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.
"When dealing with the development of ERP systems it's of high importance to set forward three main approaches to ERP and offer your customers the best one.
Secretary-General Ban Ki Moon, of the United Nations, at the inauguration said: "I am very glad to host this exhibition this year, designated as The Year of Development -- a year to set forward a clear plan to achieve the Millennium Development Goals which vitally concern women.
"Therefore, what we want to do is to set forward the proposals in the Welfare Reform Green Paper that allow us to make another big step-change in moving people off benefits and into work."
Ian Sutherland, a trustee of the Ocean Youth Trust North East, said: "This has been a most important and timely contribution which gives us confidence to set forward this season with the first voyage to Newcastle taking place on March 20."