In recent weeks, his defense minister Ehud Barak and the Israeli President Shimon Peres have furthered that request.
But a sequel most often means another look or furthered take on the same story, not new adventures and new stories of a character.
A lack of security and an unstable political situation have only furthered an already disturbing trend of sexual harassment.
We worship the Wise One who formed and furthered the spirit of the earth.
Because of their limitations, however, their effectiveness can be furthered by interpretation.
In this manner, at least, the phantom road agent had furthered the ends of justice.
This resemblance was furthered by the fact that the man's profile was birdlike.
He is of the opinion that the public welfare would be furthered if the National Government assumed the sole control of railroads.
Ffor we have found by experience that they have hindered, not furthered the worke.
How much he furthered my reputation, privately, publicly, and even with the Chief of the State!
Old English furðor (adv.), furðra (adj.), etymologically representing either "forth-er" or "fore-ther." The former would be from furðum (see forth) + comparative suffix *-eron-, *-uron- (cf. inner, outer).
Alternative etymology traces it to Proto-Germanic *furþeron-, from PIE *pr-tero, (cf. Greek proteros "former"), from root of fore + comparative suffix also found in after, other. Senses of "in addition, to a greater extent" are later metaphoric developments.
Old English (ge)fyrðan "further, impel;" see further (adj.). Cf. Middle Low German vorderen, Old High German furdiran, German fördern. Related: Furthered; furthering.