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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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Welcoming the move, Lawrence Galkoff, Percy's great-grandson, said: "There can be no more fitting tribute to the significance of the Galkoff building and its importance in the history of the city and the community, that the Museum of Liverpool has offered to help save the frontage for the future.
The severed lands will have a frontage of 490 metres and an area of 18.
The proposed larger entrances are not necessary and the damage they will cause to the frontage is out of all proportion to any commercial advantage they may bring.
In addition, the Town argued that a parcel is not a lot under the zoning ordinances unless it can be occupied by a building, and so a stream cannot be included in the calculation of a lot's area or lakeshore frontage.
Frontage, which specialises in bioanalysis, preclinical and early phase clinical studies, drug development (CMC) services and DMPK support for biopharmaceutical companies and is also the parent of Frontage Lab (Shanghai) Co Ltd, will continue to operate independently, led by CEO and founder Song Li and its existing management team, the buyer said.
The severed lot will have a frontage of about 41 meters with an area of .
All Our Yesterdays, June 23: Several readers challenged our suggestion that the elegant frontage of a former cinema and night club at the junction of Manchester Road with Buxton Road and South and East Parade was the Coliseum.
Uniquely, on the main Rua de Bolama frontage, the new building ruptures the street line, offering long views through to an internal courtyard.
365 acres of the Partnership's property for use as a new frontage road.