go-forward

go-forward

n
forward momentum, esp of a sports team during a match
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So for Q2, you should expect about a 50 basis point drag given the mid-quarter change and roughly a 100 basis point drag our overall gross margin percentage on a go-forward basis.
Asked if the team represented the Robinson blueprint going forward, he replied: "It's a team to play Fiji and win the game and the key for us is that we understand that rugby is a physical game; you have to win the collisions, you have to establish a go-forward.
The studio sure as hell weren't going to, instead continuing to make overuse of the new rugby buzz word "go-forward".