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front

(Anterior), noun area in foreground, beginning, closest area, designated area in the foreground, exterior, face, foreground, forepart, frontage, frontal area, head
Associated concepts: road frontage, street frontage

front

(Concealed criminal operation), noun alter ego, concealed business, cover, cover up, criminal operation, disguise, felonious operation, fraudulent operation, illegitiiate operation, illicit operation, lawless operation, masked operation, pretense, sham, sham device, sham means, sham vehicle, unlawful operation, unlicensed operation, unnoward operation
Associated concepts: illegal fencing operation
See also: defy, hypocrisy, prime
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The three stair-like boxes mean you can store books frontwards while the two hidden compartments on the side provide additional room for toys.
An Igbo proverb informs us that "Herb is a gun / It fires frontwards / It fires backwards" (Umeh 134), meaning herbs can be used to kill and cure, and misdirected preparations can boomerang on the creator of that technology.
Which is why this column is written normally and frontwards and probably makes a lot more sense.