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  • n. Plural form of forge.

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Examples

  • Listed below are links to weblogs that reference Charles Darwin forges ahead:

    Charles Darwin forges ahead

  • All of his tools are handmade, some specially designed by him and made in forges in Mexico City or Morelia.

    The Family That Carves Together.... Eliseo Castillo, Enedina Castillo Castillo

  • To avoid all occasion for doing so, she frequented only the society of the devout, thinking that opportunity makes sin, and not knowing that sin forges opportunity.

    The Heptameron of Margaret, Queen of Navarre

  • But the lack of iron for their forges was a problem, and a cur'rent, even urgent one.

    Elvenborn

  • These ores were worked as early as the Revolutionary War in Catalan forges.

    North Carolina and its Resources.

  • Mechanical arts, so far as they respect things necessary in America, and inconvenient to be transported thither ready-made, such as forges, stone quarries, boats, bridges, (very especially,) &c., &c.

    Miscellany

  • Now with SourceForge Enterprise Edition, any company can create development environments or private 'forges' that suit their unique needs, promote their own brands, and keeps them connected with the SourceForge. net community. "

    SourceForge.com - News Releases

  • What tool could be more powerful than language as this large fraction of humanity collectively forges its future?

    The English Is Coming!

  • PARIS— Société Générale SA is halting its aircraft- and ship-financing activities and also will stop funding leveraged buyouts in the U.S. and Asia, as it forges ahead with plans to reduce its dollar funding needs and shrink its balance sheet, a person familiar with the matter said Wednesday.

    SocGen Pulls Out of Some Lending Businesses

  • Europe's Banks SocGen Ends Its Financing Of Aircraft and Ship Loans PARIS— Société Générale SA is halting its aircraft- and ship-financing activities and also will stop funding leveraged buyouts in the U.S. and Asia, as it forges ahead with plans to reduce its dollar-funding needs and shrink its balance sheet, a person familiar with the matter said Wednesday.

    Financial Briefing Book: Dec. 1

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