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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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Kunal Lahori says the back-of-house carefully tracks the progress of the sales of the items and works on the production in order to ensure that front-of-house can restock in a timely manner.
Michael has set out to train eight young people, none of whom have considered service as a career, to become front-of-house superstars, and the results are making for great TV.
Color photographs lead the reader on a tour that encompasses everything from front-of-house areas through rehearsal spaces and dressing rooms.
Built on the group's ServSafe food safety initiative and completed in March, 2004, the JTA defines the required service skills and knowledge for all front-of-house staff and managers.
You can be part of the event whether backstage , on stage or front-of-house.
They not only bring daylight generously into areas below ground level, but also ingeniously connect back-of-house with front-of-house, and old with new.
Today she's the front-of-house manager at seafood restaurant Mechu in Birmingham's Summerrow and lives in the city centre.
The alarm was triggered in the computer suite of the adjoining council offices during a duet between Paul Murdock (Sky Masterson) and Susan Troth (Sarah Brown), who carried on singing heroically until front-of-house officials appeared at the front of the auditorium and called for an orderly departure.
Other sticking points in the arrangement include front-of-house issues such as box-office space and company boutiques, the makeup of the orchestra, governance of the board, development and fund-raising, sight lines, the backstage configuration, lounge space and corporate events, patron boxes, and shared services.
GORDON Brown is once again being talked up as Labour's leader, but he is not the front-of-house man the party needs.
The silent, low-profile, non-aerosol Simply Fragrance dispenser is suitable for front-of-house restrooms, bar areas, health clubs, hallways on smoking floors and other public spaces where a more discreet dispenser is preferred.
AN immigrant organisation has slammed claims by publican Charlie Chawke that front-of-house staff must be Irish.