front line

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  • noun

Synonyms for front line

the line along which opposing armies face each other

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com)-- Front Line Systems, a full service Sage 300 ERP implementation, consulting and training firm today announced their certification in Sage Enterprise Intelligence for Sage 300 ERP.
During the Presidential primary, members of Front Line deployed to Iowa and Ohio.
After discovering Front Line Systems and doing business with them, Core Products never looked back.
For front line hymn of praise Will be sung but once And an empty echo will follow Humanity out of existence.
But, on Merseyside, it is nearer 95%, with a higher percentage of officers ready for front line deployment than any other force.
But on Merseyside it is nearer 95% with a higher percentage of officers ready for front line deployment than any other force.
Cutting support staff means front line staff have more to undertake and that must mean an impacted front line service, so it would be nice in the future if local leaders, including the much vaunted private sector, will tell us the truth.
He added: "I was surprised to hear the Chief Constable indicate he could be reducing the number of officers on the front line.
Security forces are reportedly carrying out surveillance on Ms Jamsheer's house phone, mobile phone and email account and she has apparently received many threatening SMS messages, says Front Line.
Without a dispatcher, the front line paramedics would not know where the emergency was.
The defender normally guarding the Trigger (X5 in both diagrams) serves as a helpside defender in discouraging lob passes to any of the front line offensive pass receivers.
The Vipers were shorthanded on their front line after Raymon Pahoyo had to serve a one-game suspension for an illegal check, and Kyle Bowen had strep throat.
In the report, "Combination Products: An Impact Analysis on the Convergence of Medical Devices and Therapeutics," Front Line Strategic Consulting, Inc.
They argue that this contact at the front line is a distinguishing feature within globalized economies.
And, unfortunately, this time we are on the front line.