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fawr wer ding

  • n  the act of sending on to another destination
    the forwarding of mail to a new address is done automatically
    the forwarding of resumes to the personnel department
  • n  the advancement of some enterprise
    his experience in marketing resulted in the forwarding of his career
  • v  send or ship onward from an intermediate post or station in transit

  • Even people with TiVo stopped fast-forwarding through the commercials for this beautifully synchronized 90-second spot a montage of every imaginable form of sports movement .
  • Two Clinton volunteers have been fired for their role in forwarding the e-mails.
  • If it sounds like the existing service known as call forwarding, it is, but with some important differences.

  • Nishantha Ranatunga in Reuters India
    Chaminda told him (De Mel) that he wanted to concentrate on ODI's (one-dayers) and T20's (Twenty20s) in the future and he would be forwarding an official letter to that effect when he returns from abroad,Ranatunga said.
  • Anbumani Ramadoss in Times of India
    The prime minister said he will be forwarding the letters to the president with a heavy heart. We explained to the prime minister the circumstances...... the problems we are facing with the DMK in Tamil Nadu,added Ramadoss, whose party walked...
  • Graeme Samuel in The Australian
    The ACCC has closely scrutinised the proposed sale in terms of its impact on competition in the Bass Strait shipping and Tasmanian freight forwarding markets,Mr Samuel said. "The end result of these investigations is that the ACCC does not...

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