Front may refer to:
- as common noun
- Front (military), area where armies are engaged in conflict
- Front (Russian Empire), Front (Soviet Army), types of military formations
- Front (sociology), term used by Goffman
- Front organization
- Ice front of a glacier
- Front of a coin (see Obverse and reverse)
- Grill (jewelry), also known as "front", jewelry for teeth
- Weather front
- Front (Oceanography), a place where two water masses come together in the ocean
- as proper noun
- The Front, 1976 film
- The Front, now part of the Delaware Park-Front Park System, in Buffalo, New York, United States
- The Front (band), an American rock band signed to Columbia Records and active in the 1980s and early 1990s.
- The Front (Canadian band), a Canadian studio band from the 1980s
- "The Front" (The Simpsons episode)
- Front (magazine), British men's magazine
- Front, Piedmont, Italian municipality
- Front, California, former name of Brown, California
- Front Illustrated Paper, Yugoslav Peoples Army publication
- as adjective
- Front and back, phonetics terms
- Front vowel
Other articles related to "front":
... The 2011 model year car gets a new front fascia to more closely resemble the current Volkswagen styling direction, first seen on the Golf Mk VI ... (Note the front will not be in black like the Golf, but in chrome.) This includes new LED running lights, bi-xenon headlights and a new bumper with LED fog lights ... In the five-seat version, the front seats can be adjusted 12 ways ...
... Furthermore, front-wheel drive vehicles tend to wear the front tires at a greater rate compared to the rear tires ... to different car positions, such as front-to-rear, in order to even out the wear, thereby extending the life of the tire ...
... The Vietnamese Fatherland Front (Vietnamese Mặt Trận Tổ Quốc Việt Nam) founded February 1977 (merged Vietnamese Fatherland Front of North Vietnam, National Liberation Front of ... Other groups that participated in the establishment of the Front were the remnants of the Viet Cong, the Vietnamese General Confederation of Labour, Vietnamese Pioneer Young Union and the Ho Chi ... The Front is described by the Vietnamese government as "the political base of people's power." It is intended to have a significant role in society, promoting "national solidarity" and "unity of mind in political ...
... Model Seats Engine Type Notes U-models (1928-1935) U-16 16 front transit or parlor coach U-29 29 front transit or parlor coach V-models (1930-1936) V-29 29 front parlor coach V-225 29 front transit ...
... A cold front tends to give less warning of its approach because it usually moves faster than a warm front and has a narrower band of clouds and weather ... If the cold front is active enough to produce thunderstorms, anvil cirrus clouds may spread ahead of the front as a warning of its approach ... The other cloud types associated with a cold front are mostly cumuliform or stratocumuliform, with mid-level altocumulus giving way to lower stratocumulus and intermittent light precipitation if there is only ...
Famous quotes containing the word front:
“I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.... I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life, to live so sturdily and Spartan-like as to put to rout all that was not life, to cut a broad swath and shave close, to drive life into a corner, and reduce it to its lowest terms.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“The main effect of a real revolution is perhaps that it sweeps away those who do not know how to wish, and brings to the front men with insatiable appetites for action, power and all that the world has to offer.”
—Eric Hoffer (19021983)
“Tennis is more than just a sport. Its an art, like the ballet. Or like a performance in the theater. When I step on the court I feel like Anna Pavlova. Or like Adelina Patti. Or even like Sarah Bernhardt. I see the footlights in front of me. I hear the whisperings of the audience. I feel an icy shudder. Win or die! Now or never! Its the crisis of my life.”
—Bill Tilden (18931953)