set ahead


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Verb1.set ahead - move forwardset ahead - move forward; "we have to advance clocks and watches when we travel eastward"
set - set to a certain position or cause to operate correctly; "set clocks or instruments"
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The scene at the Old Fox was set ahead of the 3pm attempt, with Kylie Minogue's aptly-titled hit Spinning Around played just moments before James's effort got under way.
The scene at the Old Fox was set ahead of the 3pm attempt, with Kylie Minogue's aptly titled hit "Spinning Around" played just moments before James's effort got under way.
Before the pair had even hit the stage, support KT Tunstall had put on an impressive display - the star bursting with energy as she performed her set ahead of the 'icons'.
In his acceptance speech, Dr Masisi commended Dr Venson-Moitoi for her gallant efforts and the impressive campaigns she had set ahead of the elections.
The "takeover" was part of a trip around Ireland to test out a new set ahead of an upcoming tour.
Boundaries and policies are set ahead of time," says Stefan.
The Terriers ' boss will reassess the fitness of his players during the fortnight off, testing them against the benchmarks they individually set ahead of pre-season back in June.
Last week, newly appointed AG Thomas had outlined three main priorities set ahead of him, the first being investigations surrounding 1MDB.
Makeshift stalls decorated with Hijazi-style designs are set ahead of Ramadan to attract the people of Jeddah, with crowds turning out for a taste of traditional Hejazi food during the holy month nights.