Examples of forefront in a Sentence
a politician who was in the forefront of women's rights
Recent Examples of forefront from the Web
But all of the companies that made the cut are at the forefront of the movement to create smarter, more thoughtful products and experiences.
Racial tensions and social issues have been at the forefront of the controversial national anthem protests, which have drawn the ire of President Donald Trump, among others.
And so many of the amazing chefs at the forefront of American food culture are first or second-generation immigrants.
Baker-Hargrove and the clinic have been at the forefront of the gay community’s response to the Pulse nightclub shooting, in which 49 people were killed.
The garage door-style windows and the industrial elements were at the forefront of design trends that still resonate today.
If just one of those teams does so, Alabama is back at the forefront of the conversation.
The group has been at the forefront of U.S. activism against police brutality, mass incarceration, and racial inequality.
For their part, the Astros have been at the forefront of using spin rates to sign pitchers (Collin McHugh, Charlie Morton), of using data to increase their usage of breaking balls, and of using technology as development tools.
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