forward-moving forward-moving


  • (adj) moving forward



  1. Pale firmly-full lips smiled with nervous sadness over strange teeth, and only the chin was allowed to rest a little from the forward-moving pace of his vitality.
  2. The Guards also ordered a change in the traffic lights: green now means stop and red means go because red is the color of the forward-moving revolution.
  3. If we want to stop a nuclear Iran, for whatever reason, the smartest option would be to engage in genuine, forward-moving negotiations.


  1. Prestwich’s time at college winding down

    As he begins his last month in office, Northwest College President Paul Prestwich looks back fondly on his five years at the helm of the college. He says he is pleased with the progress he’s seen. Prestwich announced his resignation last year, effective June 30. “However long I was here, I wanted to leave (Northwest College) a vibrant, achieving, forward-moving institution, and that’s how I feel ...
    on June 6, 2013     Source: Powell Tribune

  2. betaworks-Backed Tapestry Brings Easier Discovery And A Bit Of Rebranding To The Storytelling App

    Tapestry, the digital storytelling platform launched out of betaworks, has been relatively quiet since its inception in November 2012. Today, however, Tapestry is releasing a major update to the app to make content more discoverable, and add more content to the Tapestry platform. Tapestry is an application launched out of betaworks that lets users create forward-moving, linear stories in a ...
    on June 5, 2013     Source: TechCrunch


  1. "Yesterday's negotiation is regarded as one of these forward-moving negotiations," Ahmadinejad said.
    on Jul 20, 2008 By: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Source: Reuters UK

  2. In his statement Saturday, Maoist leader Prachanda said, "We believe our move will encourage all forces, within and outside Nepal, who want peace through a forward-moving political solution."
    on Sep 4, 2005 By: chairman Prachanda Source: Inter Press Service (subscription)

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