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There’s a motel just a few miles ahead.
His attention was firmly fixed on the road ahead.
The car ahead of us stopped suddenly.
We’re nearly there! That’s the place up ahead.
Francesca was staring ahead into the darkness.
Instead of turning left, he drove straight ahead towards the river.
She walked ahead of him along the corridor.
We have a busy day ahead of us.
a young woman with a brilliant career ahead of her
Where will the money come from in the years ahead?
New technology points the way ahead for our steel industry.
The event had been planned six months ahead.
If you had warned me ahead of time, I wouldn’t have gone.
There will be an inspection of the track ahead of tomorrow’s race.
You go on ahead and tell them we’re coming.
I’ll send my luggage on ahead.
Moscow is three hours ahead of London.
David finished ahead of me in last year’s race.
Some of these children are two years ahead in reading skills.
The Russians were now ahead of them in space research.
The technology was far ahead of anything available in the West.
As a writer, Sterne was ahead of his time.
Labour are ahead in the opinion polls.
The Eagles are already ten points ahead of their nearest rivals.
At the end of Round 8, Tyson was well ahead on points.
John was getting ahead of himself by thinking what winning the competition would mean to him.