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

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The part of a spectacle frame without the sides.
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William Boot receives the following telegram: "OPPOSITION SPLASHING FRONTWARD SPEEDILIEST STOP ADEN REPORTED UNWARWISE FLASH FACTS BEAST" (Black 260).
back legs frontward in sync to propel him headlong, only to repeat the
Slowly lower your heel, with your foot pointed out, and then rotate your foot frontward as you transfer weight to the right, repeating with your left side.
Briefly, these include possible mimicry of one parrotfish species by Octopus cyanea when swimming backward and another parrotfish species when swimming frontward (Hanlon and Messenger, 1996; Hanlon et al., 1999); possible mimicry of one grouper species by Octopus insularis while swimming backward (Krajewski et at., 2009); squid Sepioteuthis sepioidea parrotfish mimicry in an apparent attempt to get closer to small fishes that they were preying upon (Hanlon and Messenger, 1996).
Me: "It's Three One Nine One Three frontward and backwards."
When I stand above her looking down at the top of her head, the right side of her face is slightly more frontward than the left side.., she has had a large bump at the base of her head where the neck connects in the back.
His tagli indeed attach various visible concetti spaziali, such as that of the void, to perceptively rearward and/ or frontward spaces conjured in the two-dimensional plane of the canvas.
This is seen especially with Ikebana, when flowers are placed in a more natural fashion; some in profile while others face frontward.
That I wear a baseball cap frontward or backward matters little, for you won't recognize me with or without it.
Male: head relatively wider, more flat and more shiny; pronotum not narrowed frontward and more sparsely finely punctured; fore tibiae more elongate, slender, somewhat widened anteriorly, third outer tooth very feeble and apical spur inwardly curved; aedeagus fig.
To propel himself ahead, Holm pedals forward and leans slightly frontward. This makes the forces somewhat unbalanced, allowing him to move straight ahead.
There are also a number of thought and practice exercises that are signaled by interlocking purple and green "D" letters--one frontward and one backward.