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December 1, 2010 12:00 AM

We must speak for those who can't speak for themselves

In law, there is a principle known as the "burden of going forward." In today's popular lexicon, the phrase, "going forward" has become burdensomely over-used, particularly as an often redundant appendage at the end of a sentence.

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