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- This stunned his fellow European leaders who had earlier hailed his victory as an instant step ahead for a more united Europe.
- For the new generation, providence meant looking ahead in this progressive sense; those who would not do so were classed as improvident.
- A better woodsman than he would have known from the absence of game in the ride that the verderers were not far ahead, but the Friar did not read the signs.
- It left him with a two-over par total of 290, ahead only of the equally out-of-form Jose-Maria Olazabal (292) of the five Europeans who had survived the 36-hole cut.
- Try to sober down and forget your fears as there are calmer days ahead.
- Go ahead!
- The moment Bodie received Doyle's "go ahead" call, at shortly after mid-day, he went into action, and the first move was to contact Liz Spalding.
- And so it was that plans went ahead.
- Clear of constricting walls, the prospect ahead and around can be surveyed.
- In this respect, Marx's anthropology seems amazingly ahead of his time.
- "If you want to be ahead of the market in the most favoured areas, start looking now," says Jenkins.
- But yesterday, on his 91st birthday, Trafford, whose wife died in sheltered accommodation four years ago, told a community nursing conference in London that, though a Tory voter all his life who thought most of what Mrs Thatcher was doing was good, he saw a danger that old people might be heading back towards the workhouse if the Government went ahead with NHS cuts and changes in community care.
- Even with a new economic miracle somewhere ahead, it will take years for the East Germans' standard of living to come close to that of their rich cousins.