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- n. A front, or a boundary between opposing positions.
- n. A site of a conflict, effort, or controversial matter of any kind.
- n. The site of interaction with outsiders, such as customers.
- n. A low level.
- n. attack, collectively the attackers or forwards.
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- n. the line along which opposing armies face each other
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But with so many heavily armored cavalrymen on the Persian lines extending beyond his own front line on both the right and left, it seemed an impossible situation.
The front line of General Lim's 41st Division was pulverized.
There was one other deficiency in his squadron that Linkman had need to face: the lack of a 'personal' FOO, now that he was becoming divorced from the front line where all three FOOs were located.
When they reached the village of Plissovo, which lay between the front line and their quarters, they were stopped by a group of grenadiers.
This meant the Macedonian front line struck the Illyrian troops on their left, while the right side of the Illyrian line watched.
He personally led his infantry forward against the Illyrians, though instead of striking their front line head-on, he employed a seemingly odd strategy of hitting the enemy with an angled formation.
We were standing beside the road, when suddenly Oberführer Witt — jumping from hole to hole amid the artillery fire — approached from the direction of the front line with his operations officer, an older
Brigade in front flank & in the rear. the front line was deper esed & a grate many of our boys jum ped over the breastworks & took after the Yanks capturing on of thare coulars Colonel Funk then told us if we did not get out of thare we would be all captured.
March another ten knocked-out Soviet tanks lay along the German front line and on both sides of the main road.
In the winter of 1917 he found himself in the front line at Marcoing near Cambrai, and on 30 December was ordered to advance from the front-line trenches across open ground with eighty fellow soldiers.