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Synonyms for forepart

the part of someone or something facing the viewer


Synonyms for forepart

the side that is forward or prominent

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4c) in correlation with the variations in head features (BC, CL, LM), thoracic length (KL) and forepart body length (DL).
The forepart of the seed, where the tip cap is, resembles a face with the nose and eyes of a person; the squarish end of the endosperm corresponds to the back of a person (Figure 1).
Asked what technique he relies upon while making shoes, he replied, "We use the same processes that are used to create high-end ski gear, snowboards and bindings." The structure of shoes looks elegant because they have been made using a single ribbon of material which perfectly holds the steel, easily wraps over the foot under the forepart and back over the toes.
Also a stage in a theater or play-house whereon they play, a skaffold, a pauillion, or forepart of a theater where players make them readie, being trimmed with hangings, out of which they enter vpon the stage" (John Florio, A World of Words F1, 2G2r); "Then did I tread on Arras, Cloth of Tissue, / Hung round the fore-front of my stage" (Thomas Heywood, An Apology for Actors Q1, B2v).
The system input is the fine concentrate pulp which is early output of beneficiation process in the forepart. The pulp density is about 38% and concentrate grade is about 64%.
What section 23 of article 3 [of the 1885 Florida Constitution] actually did was to suppress such legalized lotteries as are referred to in the forepart of this opinion, the primary test of which was whether or not the vice of it infected the whole community or country, rather than individual units of it.
Compositions of biofilm were complex at the forepart of reactor.
The patient was seated on a high chair and the forepart of both feet were placed on the proximal edge of the vibration platform, in this position, the entire body was exposed to vibration but the majority was focused on the feet and lower legs (Figure 1).
They may also raise the forepart of the body off the ground and slide forward with the neck flattened, looking quite cobra-like.
A huge altar, the ascent to which, on three of the sides was by flights of wide steps, occupied the forepart of the courtyard inside the gates of the main entrance--there were five entrances, each with its own gates.
In frenulates and Sclerolinum those regions from anterior to posterior are the forepart, the trunk, and the segmented opisthosome.
In 1896 an explosion destroyed her forepart but she survived and was repaired.