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forepart

(fôr′pärt′)
n.
1. The first or early part of a period of time.
2. The anterior part, as of an object or organism.
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Meanwhile the second statue is a basalt forepart of a sphinx of Shepenwepet II holding a ram-headed vase.
The champagne tone gold coated cap top, cap ring, cone and forepart are all decorated with a special engraving that represents the dactylic hexameter, the metre traditionally associated with ancient Greek epic poetry.
This is particularly true for the Heterostraci, a widespread group of armoured jawless vertebrates in which the head and forepart of the body are encased in a carapace consisting of a variable number of bony plates, and that are associated with possible non-marine and proximal environments of the Old Red Sandstone continent (see Elliott et al.
These variations associated with the variations in head depth (CM), forepart body length (DL), hind-part body length (DH, DI, DJ, EJ, EK), body depth (DK, EH), caudal peduncle length (EG, EH) and caudal peduncle depth (FG).
SEC registrants file their annual reports within a lengthy Form 10-K and are required to make disclosures in either the forepart sections, such as the management discussion and analysis (MD&A) section, or in the financial statements themselves.
When the PC technology is applied, the cooling rate is low when the strip is on the forepart of the ROT and the temperature on strip tends to be homogeneous with the effect of heat conduction.
placed four modules in the forepart of the wing chordwise and two locations near the center spanwise [15].
The floorplate/follower assembly could be easily removed by pressing in on dual knurled buttons at its forepart and unhooking it from the receiver.
As Chelo put it, they ran away from the island "covering their forepart with a hand and their rear with the other." Pieces of furniture discarded by neighbors provided their rented apartment in Chicago with the necessary comforts.
The structure and forces of supercavitating vehicle are shown in Figure 2, supercavitating vehicle is a rotating body, the head is cavitator, the forepart is a frustum, the middle part is a column, and the tail is a stretching apron-like fin.
Now the forepart of the braine is the softer, the hindpart the harder, and the middest of a middle constitution; and therefore the Imagination is in the forward ventricles, Ratiotination in the middle, and Memory in the hindmost.