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a term used in animal husbandry to mean close to, usually close to parturition, e.g. forward ewes are those close to lambing.
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We are pleased to be able to bring forward this scheme, which represents an important milestone in the delivery of the strategy.
I am keen to have this case progressed urgently as it's a real opportunity to bring forward this much-needed development by about four years and at a considerably lower cost.
Flintshire County Council have a duty to bring forward plans to resolve the situation, it is time for the council to act.
We are working to bring forward schedules for ships due to dock at Sheerness in Kent over the next few months.
THE Government will bring forward its proposals on hunting ``within weeks'', Rural Affairs Minister Alun Michael said yesterday.
Given the number of homosexuals in the ranks of New Labour, there will be no shortage of volunteers to bring forward new legislation.
McCall also made clear that the Union will continue to oppose any effort to bring forward the CSN transaction and will use the Successorship provisions of its Collective Bargaining Agreement to block that deal.
We take the safety of our nurses and patients very seriously, and this funding injection will bring forward the installation of a security and duress system which will provide staff with the support they need.
Ms Onwurah said: "In his autumn statement, the Chancellor announced that he would bring forward investment in the Tyne and Wear Metro - investment that was originally secured by the previous Labour Government.
Council leader, Coun Michael Doody, said: "The council and its development partner Wilson Bowden have worked closely to bring forward this new retail development to protect and enhance the economic wellbeing of the town.
I'm shocked that the Lib Dems on Newcastle Council have not taken up the Government's offer to bring forward spending on school building projects co-ordinated by the Council.
In a letter to Conservative Yorkshire spokesman Robert Goodwill, she said: "As part of the fiscal stimulus we announced we would bring forward pounds 3bn of investment in housing, schools, and GP surgeries.