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lean forward
 v. phr.— «We took that a step further, and now we have cooperative targeting to begin with, what we call federated targeting. So I think the intelligence community has really leaned forward to help us.» —“U.S. Senate Armed Services Committee Holds A Hearing On The Recent Attack In Yemen On The USS Cole” Political Transcripts by Federal Document Clearing House Oct. 19, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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