Examples of forefront in a Sentence
a politician who was in the forefront of women's rights
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Some of the most daring, cross-cultural work along these lines has come from the horn, the voice and the imagination of Amir ElSaffar, who has been at the forefront of intertwining the musical culture of his Iraqi ancestry with the sound of jazz.
Nearly three decades after the fall of the Soviet Union, Russian women have advanced to the forefront of skating in a wave, not unlike tennis players did after the millennium.
Mardi Gras backers insist that the season of merriment deserves to be at the forefront of the city's thinking.
Our nation’s students are at the forefront of a technological revolution that is expanding our ability to assert our First Amendment rights.
With the governor, the entire Oregon House and 16 senators up for election this year, political stakes are sure to be at the forefront of the session.
If anything, since their start in 1959, the Grammys have gravely under-celebrated the very people at the forefront of popular culture: Black entertainers, woman entertainers, and, doubly, the Black women who occupy both identities.
Brazil, Africa, Vietnam are among markets Mobius favors Watch for earnings momentum to overcome rising global rates After decades at the forefront of emerging-market investment, Mark Mobius is heading into retirement betting the best is yet to come.
Wonder Woman is at the forefront of a literal Hollywood revolution.
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