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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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Katy Perry's forwardness in kissing 'American Idol' contestant Benjamin Glaze triggered a flurry of commentary on social media (AFP/Frederick M.
FINAL CONCLUSION: Because of opulent fruit forwardness, I say this wine comes from the New World.
The new logo is simple and versatile but embodies the trend forwardness and bias toward action of the AMA community.
The new outlet has been designed and decorated keeping in mind a balance of fashion forwardness and practicality.
Diagnosis records include syphilis, poverty, pellagra (a nutritional disease endemic to the early 20th century South) and hysteria, which was related to"excessive emotions, anxiety and sexual forwardness in women," said Michelle Davenport, who researched some of the remains as a graduate student.
Zhang's technique is utilized as motivation errand for its straight forwardness and known accuracy.
Not only rock stars or football players but common teenagers also get tattooed to show their fashion forwardness.
While her castmates will be far from impressed with her forwardness, it doesn't seem it will both Nick one bit.
Henry Alford states, 'Elegance of language may not be in the power of all of us; but with simplicity and straight forwardness are.
6) Nearly 135 years later, Marjorie Garber would observe of Juliet's speech that, "[f]or a young woman of her age and her sheltered upbringing, this innocent forwardness is as remarkable as it is appealing.
Shiell examines why charity bazaars remained a contested social site throughout their history (issues included women's forwardness and sexuality, gambling, and the nature of philanthropy) yet proved ever-resilient.