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The shadows of these past lovers sit around our relationships like a cast of ghosts, each one waiting to be called forward to provide precedent for our emotional reactions.
Principally, attacking air crews will, in many mission scenarios, be much less likely to need what the Army calls Forward Air Refueling Positions (FARP).
Toward the end of the ceremony, all family members of victims and survivors were called forward.
What if Jeff Triplette doesn't call forward progress, or the ball doesn't bounce right back to Marcus Mariotta?
The Tennessee Titans won on what history recalls as the Music City Miracle, but which is remembered bitterly in Buffalo as a cosmic joke commonly called Forward Lateral.
Mark Knoop, a Republican strategist, also works for Victory Enterprises and heads an independent expenditure group called Forward Charlotte.
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CALL FORWARDING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of call forwarding for English Language Learners
: a service that allows you to have a telephone call sent to a different number
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