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.
As women's voices come to the forefront, our movies are shifting.
West Virginia in the Russell Athletic Bowl—and the recruiting momentum Richt and his staff have built, and a familiar question comes to the forefront: Is The U back?
Still, in a region not lacking its own violent conflicts and humanitarian crises, how has the plight of the Rohingya Muslims jumped to the forefront?
Rhimes herself is at the forefront of changing the industry in this regard, pushing inclusive stories about powerful, but complex women who steer their own ships.
Both Ava and Hilton are pioneers and visionaries in the arts, and their work is at the forefront of what is important and needed in this world right now -- particularly in the notion of presence and opportunity.
The scientists play matchmaker with male and female tortoises to bring the Floreana gene expression to the forefront.
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