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a term used in animal husbandry to mean close to, usually close to parturition, e.g. forward ewes are those close to lambing.
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Caption: Figure 1: Pretreatment intraoral photographs showing forwardly and irregularly placed upper and lower front teeth
He's trained forwardly since, he's had only one start since he won the Breeders' Cup when he won at Keeneland in preparation for this.
Head brown, vertex white; antenna dark brown, serrate; labial palpus blackish brown, long and stretch forwardly.
Leveraging the relationship built through RAF, Intelligence professionals should conduct physical and virtual exchanges with forwardly deployed analysts and operators.
They are longer than wide (FL: 43 cm, FW: 34 cm; Table 1) and the digit impressions are forwardly directed.
The UAE's recent procurement efforts in the naval field allow it to play a greater role in patrolling and surveillance of the Persian Gulf and potentially in supporting the US Navy's Fifth Fleet forwardly deployed in the area.
The Edgeworth expansion of [58] can be manipulated straight forwardly thanks to the random phase nature which yields ([y.
The side sunshields drape down forwardly from the side of the bill, providing maximum protection for the side of the face and cheeks, and there is also a wide-angle option for greater peripheral visibility.
For as much as he is accused of, he never does anything so forwardly that anyone really knows what he does.
Multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM) methods are pointed to be helpful in reaching important decisions that cannot be determined straight forwardly.
In humans, the structures marking the articulation of the spine with the skull are more forwardly located than in apes, where the base is shorter from front to back and the openings on each side for passage of blood vessels and nerves are more widely separated.