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  • v. Present participle of frontload.


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  • It seems to me that your frontloading is a positive argument and things like Behe's edge and IC are negative arguments.

    Defining Intelligent Design

  • In order to decide whether the concept of frontloading is substantive, further research is needed. —

    Another Review of The Design Matrix

  • These arguments don't conflict in my view In fact I would venture to guess that Behe would agree that frontloading is a way to get around the problems he brings up.

    Defining Intelligent Design

  • It's called frontloading the budget, and if we don't do it, the coming army of young adults with autism will march in and break the bank.

    David Kirby: "Tidal Wave" of Young Adults with Autism about to Flood Cash-Strapped California

  • Banks' reserve ratios may need to increase further to counter capital inflows and the so-called frontloading of loans that may take place at the start of next year, said Li, who is the head of Tsinghua University's Center for China in the World Economy. -- Top News

  • The effort, which could be voted on by the Democratic National Committee in February, is meant to prevent big states from "frontloading" the primary process, which would favor well-funded candidates like Hillary Clinton who would be flush enough to fund a big-state primary effort early in the game.

    Dem Leaders Offer States Incentives For Later Primaries

  • But the DNC, which is concerned that "frontloading" the primaries with big state contests could work against lesser-funded candidates, prefers a different approach.

    Hillary Could Benefit From Potential Primary-Date Changes In Three States

  • Legal analysts say Sneddon's "frontloading" strategy of featuring the accuser and his siblings at the trial's outset is highly unusual, but appears designed to create sympathy for the victim and his family.

    The Accuser Speaks

  • Finance Facility, an innovative British 'frontloading' scheme to double global Official Development Aid (ODA) flows to US$ 100 billion by 2015 to finance the Millennium Development Goals.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • He said the government undertook "frontloading" of capital projects meant to cope with the negative economic impact of the El Niño weather phenomenon.

    Latest News


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