Examples of frontline in a Sentence
if I'm having brain surgery, I want it done at a frontline hospital
Recent Examples of frontline from the Web
According to employee surveys, many frontline workers believed the executives were out of touch and overpaid, the report said.
Touré’s team has vaccinated 1,611, including 574 frontline health workers.
Bavaria has been Germany’s frontline state in the migration crisis, with the biggest influx coming from neighboring Austria.
With America’s lust for energy (the U.S. accounts for 18 percent of the world's energy consumption), the impacts on frontline families remains uncertain.
That was the pitch that made him a frontline starter many nights.
Duplantier is widely considered the Diamondbacks’ top pitching prospect and has the potential to be a frontline starter.
DefenseOne also gives a more recent example: a MTRC supporting U.S. forces in Syria welded together two transportable sleeping units to create a frontline emergency room.
Delta began rolling out new uniforms for 64,000 of its frontline workers Tuesday.
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Examples of front line in a Sentence
These researchers are on the front line of defense against cancer.
She has been working on the front lines to educate the poor.
Recent Examples of front line from the Web
As such, Culver saw the Great Recession, with its depressed U.S. real estate market, from the front lines.
Once the capital of Soviet Ukraine, a center of manufacturing and trade, of literature and art, Kharkiv is the closest metropolis to the front line, an ancient city on the brink.
First, from Margaret down to the front line, this organization values and rewards authenticity.
Gao’s piece was circulated last week among bureaucrats at the Commerce Ministry, which has been on the front lines of the trade dispute, said one agency official, who asked not to be named because the discussions were private.
Her child soldier had returned from the front lines alive.
As the opener began, Oleg A., the battalion commander, led a Times reporter, photographer and translator along a two-mile excursion of Ukrainian combat positions near the front line, to see if any of his troops were watching.
Employees credit the Creole Cuisine management with being good listeners and for implementing ideas learned from the front lines of their businesses.
Oguwmike, the 2014 WNBA rookie of the year and 2016 comeback player of the year (averaging 12.6 points and 6.7 rebounds) returns as an anchor on a formidable front line that was a work in progress, and eventually a stabilizing force, in her absence.
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FRONTLINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of front line for English Language Learners
: an area where soldiers are fighting
: the most important and active position in a job or field of activity
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