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But after 14 years in power, can the 58-year-old comandante stay healthy enough to push ahead with his Bolivarian revolution?

Clinton wants to push ahead on the negotiating front as well, though with a special twist.

But lawmakers who support gay marriage are also vowing to push ahead.

The United States will meanwhile continue to push ahead at the Security Council.

It was not possible for the mission to help in these plans at that time, and our earnest friend decided to push ahead alone.

Let her push ahead slowly; those rascals are a long way from making good their escape.

Zealous men push ahead and take things up, and there are things that austere men will not do.

It seems to me the country keeps getting rougher the further we push ahead.

He wasn't going to college—it was altogether too slow for him—he was going to see life and push ahead for himself.


On this page you'll find 82 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to push ahead, such as: accelerate, achieve, move up, progress, promote, and propel.

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