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front

(frŏnt),
The position of the leading edge of the solvent in chromatography.

front

The part of a spectacle frame without the sides.
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The severed parcel would have frontage of about 15 metres with an area of 1500 square metres which was to be consolidated with the adjacent lands to the west at 197 Langford Church Rd.
The 1930 building is said to be a rare example of a Bentley and Shaw re-modelled frontage, described as a "marvellous" Art Deco feature by the Brewery History Society.
Frontage is a rapidly expanding global pharmaceutical research and development services company with facilities in the U.
Song Li, Chairman & CEO of Frontage and newly appointed Chairman of ABR.
The court said the record established that the damages due to the Partnership's increased proximity to the frontage road--loss of curb appeal, green space and a buffer zone--affected the Partnership's remainder property in a special and unique way as distinguished from damages affecting other property owners.
The Old Road serves as a frontage street along the Golden State Freeway but has not been built between McBean Parkway and Valencia Boulevard because of the savanna.
Frontage, a leading high quality provider of drug development services and preclinical, bioanalytical, analytical, and formulation services to the global biopharmaceutical industry, announces the hire of two key leadership positions and an expansion to the business development team.
2-mile toll road between existing South 360 frontage roads south of I-20 to US 287 in Mansfield.
The retained lands will have a frontage of about 1,200 metres and an area of 12.
A cluster subdivision ordinance, requiring frontage on a class V highway or better, was a taking of property with just compensation, according to the Supreme Court of New Hampshire.
The Illinois Department of Transportation announced today that lane and ramp closures will occur next week on both North and South Frontage Roads as part of the Hillside Bottleneck improvement project.