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"Why have you halted?" roared the commander of a division and Chickamauga, who had ordered a charge; "move forward, sir, at once."
Whether women are to remain what they have been since the dawn of history; or whether, since men have moved forward so far, they too may move forward a little now.
From here I feel them, but if I move forward I shall know nothing of where they are or who they are." But then he shoved her with his knee, and in an excited whisper said, "Fetch it, Laska."
And now the portmanteau belonging to Mr Jones being put up in the baggage-cart, the forces were about to move forwards; when the guide, stepping up to Jones, said, "Sir, I hope you will consider that the horses have been kept out all night, and we have travelled a great ways out of our way." Jones was surprized at the impudence of this demand, and acquainted the soldiers with the merits of his cause, who were all unanimous in condemning the guide for his endeavours to put upon a gentleman.
ISLAMABAD -- Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Sunday said that Islamabad wanted to move forward with International Monetary Fund (IMF) but also seeking conditions not to increase burden on the nationals.
"We think we have a mandate to move forward for middle-class, working Marylanders," said Senate President Thomas V.
'We need to move forward by avoiding past lethargic attitude by taking concrete steps for the solution of Kashmir issue,' the minister said while talking to reporter.
"Newark is going to move forward. We are always going to move forward.
The government should be given time so that it could move forward.
Morgan Stanley analyst Rajeev Lalwani said Boeing's decision to move forward with its New Midsize Aircraft is likely within a year, which may raise the risk profile as clean-sheet designs typically do.
The source added that the army foiled several Houthi attempts to move forward. (File/AFP)
He said all the federating units will be treated equally as we want to move forward collectively.