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- adv. In a forward manner
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. Eagerly; hastily; obtrusively.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a forward position; toward the anterior extremity; anteriorly.
- In a forward manner, Eagerly; promptly.
- With undue assurance; impertinently.
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Instead of attending, I thought heavily about throwing things at the hearse as this would at least have been straight-forwardly and honestly disrespectful.
And Matt Yglesias catches Poltico's David Rogers having the same trouble straight-forwardly describing what Republicans are up to as Steinhauer had.
Damon assumes that it has something to do with Stefan and suggests that if he were out of the picture … Elena stops him mid sentence and threatens him straight forwardly.
There was only one way to fly out of Port Moresby in a forwardly direction, avoiding a long backtrack to Sydney, and that was to fly to Manila.
QUOTE 142: WEALTH is the measurable degree of forwardly organized environmental control, in terms of quickly convertible energy, capacities and performance ratioed system capabilities, per capita, per diem.
Tula now swayed lasciviously, insistently, forwardly, before the table.
Obama can answer the Ayers thing pretty straight forwardly with an explanation that will seem resonable to anyone but McCain partisans.
Faddishness definitely seems to come across: the salient questions — what are the greatest sources of threat to the U.S. in the next quarter-century, and what are the best ways to counter those — have not changed, and remain as simple in the posing and complex in the answering, but still as straight-forwardly paramount in importance, as they have been since the end of bipolarity.
I think it is simplistic to just assume that one member one vote is always the most straight-forwardly democratic process.
A system for allowing a shoe wearer to lean forwardly beyond his center of gravity by virtue of wearing a specially designed pair of shoes which will engage with a hitch member movably projectable through a stage surface.