refront

refront

(riːˈfrʌnt)
vb (tr)
to put a new front on something
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When he says 'o' refront of the aggression", the 'o' of 'of' is pronounced as a full vowel.
In dealing with supply and distribution stages of the value chain, hub-managed e-commerce links have been found to permit (1) the more effective targeting of suppliers possessing raw materials better designed or configured to production requirements; (2) the exploitation of core competencies associated with traditional sto refront operations in order to target new market niches; and (3) the reduction of operating expenses through more efficient use of human resources (Preston, 1999; Holt, 1999; McWilliams, 1997).
It thrust Coun Hemming, who was even then described as a leading light in the Liberal Democrat Party, into the fo refront of city politics where he has remained since.