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The clocks go forward by one hour this Sunday, March 31, marking the start of British Summer Time (BST).
"My job is to concentrate on the football and make sure the players understand who I feel has got the opportunity to go forward and who I don't feel.
Chandrababu Naidu on Tuesday said that the all-party meeting was convened in order to take everyone's suggestion and decide how to go forward with the state's demand for 'Special Category Status' in the Parliament.
The clocks go forward an hour this weekend, meaning that we have an extra hour of daylight at the end of the day.
They had to go forward and we wanted to play in between and we did today, and that was probably the biggest difference.
"I want to help the team go forward and this is my main mentality but of course defence is an important part of the game and I have to be on one side and the other."
If you have a defensive midfielder then Moreno gets away with it a little, but without one there's nobody to fill in when the full-backs go forward.
The plan was submitted for independent examination in June and in September, the examiner published his report recommending that, with a number of relatively minor modifications, the document met the necessary regulatory requirements and could go forward to referendum.
LOCKS go forward on Sunday so don't be the one turning up at church an hour late.
As we go forward, we not only go forward as twelve, we go forward as a pool for USA Basketball.
When I reflected over many of these 'victims' who continue to nurture their hurt feelings I felt sorry for them because they were not able to go forward despite the favourable atmosphere they live and work in at present.
20 to go forward with a plan for Mid Valley Disposal to take over collections.
Once valued, the owner and team of experts decide whether an item should go forward for auction.
Technology and relationships is the theme of David Watson's new play You Cannot Go Forward From Where You Are Right Now.