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the forward outer surface of a building

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an adornment worn on the forehead

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a drapery that covers the front of an altar

the face or front of a building

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belonging to the front part

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of or relating to the front of an advancing mass of air

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meeting front to front

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of or adjacent to the forehead or frontal bone

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Most feature groups of stylised human figures, shown frontally or in profile, interspersed with animals, weapons and circles with stars inside that probably represent drums.
For example, we found no overt cognitive impairment as measured by the MMSE; however, a more sensitive measure of cognitive functioning, particularly to frontally based tasks, could be utilized in future studies to assess the effect of cognitive status on GI during a dual task.
I don't think anybody (in AIPAC) wants to take on Obama frontally, but rather work within the system.
They are classified according to their anatomical location, with the majority occurring either occipitally or frontally (Figs 1 and 2).
While groups like the Pachamama Alliance (who were less frontally opposed to REDD+) were more concerned with educating Amazonian communities about the possibilities inherent in these rights, lodging low-level (and successful
Parent did not press workers to disobey the law--for she knew this could have an immense cost--but she conveyed a realistic understanding that the law might have to be challenged frontally to win a strike: in other words, one had to fight in the courts, but also on the picket line.
Cats had to be used for this study because - apart from primates - they are the only mammals with frontally positioned eyes and therefore the only animals to develop severe amblyopia similar to humans under similar circumstances.
Barrelet's article interpreting the plaques as representations of temples ("Remarques sur une decouverte faite a Tell al-Rimah: 'Face de Humbaba' et conventions iconographiques," Iraq 30 [1968]: 206-14), but leaves some questions unanswered: for instance, if the plaques are meant to be read as narrative images, why are almost all the figures represented frontally instead of in profile?
The truck and school bus collided frontally, in rainy and cloudy weather, at a chaotic junction between Occupied Al-Quds and Ramallah, near a Jewish settlement.
12 apart) frontally and behind vertex; strongly emarginate near ocelli and recurved to produce rather deep concavity behind vertex; sparsely obscurely hairy.
I got off the sticks and shifted left, taking the closest bull frontally with the second barrel.
The reason why studying owl vision is helpful is that, like humans, owls have two frontally placed eyes," said author Robert F.
Titled Salvator Mundi (Savior of the World) and dating around 1500, the newly discovered masterpiece depicts a half-length figure of Christ facing frontally, holding a crystal orb in his left hand as he raises his right in blessing.