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(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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13 that the granite Ten Commandments monument, which sits on the lawn in front of the city's municipal building, is clearly religious in nature and that the presence of other monuments, including a Revolutionary War memorial and a display called the Freedom Monument, do not reduce the inherent religiosity of the Commandments.
Crawford said: "The fans will be wanting to see the Scots at the front of the field and I'll be delighted if I can make my first visit to the Superbike podium in front of them.
Walking over there, I ask the man behind the desk where I can find some Border Patrol agent& He half-smiles and says, "They're right in front of you.
Some activists, such as Bernard McFall, say the detentions have had a chilling effect on their activism, discouraging them from protesting in front of the Israeli consulate.
We're honored to present at PC Forum in front of such a distinguished technology audience," said Michael Peachey, CEO of Versalent.
Royal had plenty of chances to win the game with corner kicks, throw-ins to the box and shots in front of the net.
We are here in America, our new home," testified Mohammad in front of more than 1,200 attendees.
helloNetwork software streams the player in front of the video in the form of a lightweight Java applet, ranging in size from 4KB to 80KB, making it optimal for any available bandwidth, including low bandwidth, dial-up connections.
Forty years ago, I was 10, sitting on the floor in front of the TV set with my 16-year-old brother, anxiously waiting to see the Beatles on `Ed Sullivan.
Mitch McConnell (D-Kentucky) and spoke in front of a gathering of the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies.