Examples of forefront in a Sentence
a politician who was in the forefront of women's rights
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At the forefront of the committee meeting were concerns about affordable living for seniors, the height of the tower, traffic and construction fatigue.
The argument rose to the forefront again Saturday night, in the Dodgers’ 5-2 win over the Chicago Cubs in Game 1 of the National League Championship Series.
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.
The corps, Iran says, has been at the forefront of its efforts to defeat Islamic State and helped rebuild the nation after the devastating war with Iraq.
The votes have brought political risk back to the forefront for European investors after months of relative calm in the wake of May’s French presidential election.
The need for behavioral health services has been at the forefront of public discussions for years in St. Tammany, which has had a high suicide rate compared to other Louisiana parishes.
Schiaparelli, at the forefront of women’s fashion in the 20s and 30s, said that her dresses were inventions rather than designs, shirking the traditional ideas at the time of women’s clothing.
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