“Go ahead, please?”
Why did the North go ahead?
Go ahead and open up the app.
You go ahead and let that sit overnight.
In allowing the Jones suit to go ahead, the Supreme Court made light of this danger.
The ministry, charges the Ombudsman, has violated the law by allowing crop-dusting to go ahead in 2002.
I'm going to go ahead and move us on because I want to make sure we have time for some audience questions.
Albanese also described the City of Sydney’s decision to go ahead with the New Year’s Eve fireworks as “problematic”.
On Tuesday, the event said it would go ahead as planned, but that it would be a “handshake-free, hug-free conference”.
"We have the strongest environmental controls in this country, nothing would go ahead if there were environmental dangers.
Go-Ahead chief executive David Brown has previously said that the company makes a loss on its GTR services.
This could mean that children's birthday parties could go ahead on a limited basis as long as adults complied with the limits.
Despite international outrage, the prime minister reiterates daily that he will go ahead, though he has not yet given the go-ahead for bulldozers.
go ahead, George, go ahead; but be careful, my boy; don’t shoot anybody, George, unless—well—you’d better not shoot, I reckon; at least, I wouldn’t hit anybody, you know.
Once it's traced out, I'll go ahead and flip the template, or the stencil, over to the opposite side, and I'll go ahead and cut it out and outline it with my tape to outline my stencils.
In a press release confirming May's local elections will go ahead, the Cabinet Office said: "The UK's vaccination programme is planned to have reached all nine priority cohorts by May, meaning that the government can commit to go ahead with these polls with confidence."
It’s one of three footy events on the NT this weekend - The AFLW match in Alice Springs will go ahead without a crowd, but AFL NT executive and board have decided that the NTFL grand final in Darwin will go ahead with a crowd, given the advice to stop large gatherings doesn’t kick in until Monday.
"There are still lots of things the government need to do to make sure events can go ahead and hopefully they're gonna provide some backing for the insurance industry," James Scarlett who organises 2000 Trees in Gloucestershire tells BBC Radio 1 Newsbeat, "but we're feeling good and we're gonna go ahead if it's possible."
"They have said the future of the third runway can go ahead if it can fit in with the UK's climate policies, so on one hand what we've got here is a government decision on Heathrow with a big parlimentary majority and a decision to go ahead, and on the other hand there, climate policy, and the two just have to be married up," she said.
"But we have been guaranteed that the ECB will still go ahead with their £20m investment into the women's game, which is something that is obviously keeping us all going at the moment, because this year was going to be hugely exciting for the game and important, and it's good that it will go ahead - but it's it being delayed that is going to prove to be a problem for some of the players."
- a signal to proceed
- readiness to embark on bold new ventures
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But we have been guaranteed that the ECB will still go ahead with their £20m investment into the women's game which is something that is obviously keeping us all going at the moment because this year was going to be hugely exciting for the game and important and it's good that it will go ahead - but it's it being delayed that is going to prove to be a problem for some of the players