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move the yardsticks

Definitions

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  • v. To make progress, as used in political and corporate venues to express proactive actions.

Etymologies

The phrase originates from American football, where every ten yards of forward progress by the offense moves the yardsticks ahead to measure the next ten yards of progress. (Wiktionary)

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