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- n. Used other than as an idiom: see front, wall.
- n. The main and largest wall in a racquetball or squash court, which the ball must hit in a rally.
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According to Great-Granny, the studio began as a grain shed that sat along the front wall of the courtyard house.
The offensive graffiti, which was applied in black spray paint, was first spotted on the front wall of Waldorf School of Cape Cod in Bourne Village.
Ackling has often worked and exhibited in Japan, and the house is full of little wooden Shinto shrines of the household gods: tiny four-inch-tall boxes with a sliding front wall and a hole like a bird box for the god to go in and out, bought in Japanese street markets.
There was a partially defaced sign upon the front wall of the box; the donjon-keep had known mercantile impulses:
Danny went pins and needles, squeezed between the hedge and the front wall and scissor-walked over to a large picture window covered by velvet drapes.
Mahmoud locked the villa’s door and we slipped among the shadowy shapes of fragrant trees towards the front wall (this one high, well maintained, and topped by broken glass) that protected the grounds from the road.
Thus the greater number of the graves (loculi) in the catacombs were closed with thin, rectangular slabs of terra-cotta or marble; the graves called arcosolia were covered with heavy, fiat slabs, while on the sarcophagi a panel (tabula) or a disk (discus) was frequently reserved on the front wall for an inscription.