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move forward


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We know as a squad what is set ahead of us and we have to be up for the challenge.
The fourth seed is yet to drop a set ahead of a fourth-round clash with fellow veteran Tommy Robredo.
In his view, arsonists are the only ones who can have use of such fires because those types of fiery speeches are set ahead of elections especially.
Umaga was delighted with the tempo his side set ahead of Saturday's trip to third-placed Darlington Mowden Park.
The world number 25 eventually got himself on the scoreboard in game five, but the damage had already been done and Murray held on comfortably to move a set ahead.
And as a special treat for Kasbah fans, front-man Rou Reynolds will stay on to perform a DJ set ahead of late-night guests 2manydjs, the Belgian brothers who sometimes go by the name of Soulwax and are renowned for their visuals.
Roux was challenging condition 3(i) of Pistorius's bail conditions set ahead of his release on 22 February by Magistrate Desmond Nair, following his arrest for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp at his home.
That growth rate is always set ahead of the session based on the estimated rate of growth in Texans' personal income over the next two years.
DAVID GUETTA didn't seem to want to hang about when he arrived for his set ahead of TIESTO's headline performance.
Broady was a set ahead and had broken Australian Luke Saville's service before losing 6-2 4-6 6-2.
A blade set ahead of a jighead creates a wild shimmying action.
However, it was all in vain as the Serb held confidently and then broke Nadal for a third time to move a set ahead.
In a very real sense, these secondaries are programmable by the user, because one may set ahead of time which actions each one can perform, and then in real time give them commands or leave them to operate autonomously.
Berdych held serve to move a set ahead and Roddick was left smashing his racket against the sole of his shoe when he dropped serve again at 2-2 in the second, missing the sideline by a fraction with a smash after a superb defensive lob by Berdych.
These logistics bases were set ahead of combat arms forces on the battlefield and provided, for the first time, flexible support to modern maneuver operations.