So how else might Republicans use their newfound majority to advance their seemingly endless “War on Women”?
This stunning restaurant is impossibly delicious and is fully booked far in advance.
The Church was provided no advance copy, despite five requests to Mr. Wright and his publisher Knopf to do so.
For example, Damien Hirst was prescient and responded to the changing value system 15 years in advance.
In one, Adlai Stevenson explains, like a displaced Mafia don, why he feels angry at JFK, whose career he helped to advance.
The retreat was carried out with as much speed and success as the advance.
Not to go back, is somewhat to advance, And men must walk at least before they dance.
It lies at the edge of the Indian country and tends to advance.
His admiration of the great seems to have increased in the advance of life.
They emerged from their positions in good order and made ready to advance.
mid-13c., avauncen, transitive, "improve (something), further the development of," from Old French avancier "move forward" (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *abanteare (source of Italian avanzare, Spanish avanzar), from Late Latin abante "from before," composed of ab- "from" (see ab-) + ante "before, in front of, against" (see ante).
The -d- was inserted 16c. on mistaken notion that initial a- was from Latin ad-. From c.1300 as "to promote;" intransitive sense is mid-14c., "move forward." Meaning "to give money before it is legally due" is first attested 1670s. Related: Advanced; advancing. The adjective (in advance warning, etc.) is recorded from 1843.
c.1300, "boasting, ostentation," from advance (v.). Early 15c. as "advancement in rank, wealth, etc." Advances "amorous overtures" is from 1706.