afront

Related to afront: thesaurus, meticulously, affront

afront

(əˈfrʌnt)
prep
archaic in front of
adv
archaic face to face
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It is unfair for us residents, including small children, to be subjected to the behaviour of clients of these premises, frequently in the early hours clients congregate outside of the premises, hold up inflatable dolls which are an afront to decency.
Afront fingerprint sensor which will also double up as the home button is also on the cards.
TABLA 1 Clasificacion de las habilidades para la vida Habilidades Habilidades de toma Habilidades de interpersonales y de decision y autocontrol y de comunicacion pensamiento critico afront amiento Habilidades de Habilidades de Habilidades para comunicacion resolucion de aumentar la confianza interpersonal problemas y toma personal, y de decisiones.
AFRONT garden can add considerable value to your home if it's turned into off-street parking, especially in expensive urban areas.
Tata Group allegedly used Unitech as afront to secure 2G licences
Moscow Metro stations are, for the most part, grand architectural affairs, all marble and granite and ostentatiously spanning arches and dramatic lighting; they look like classical concert halls, and the crude scaffolding towers, viewed from the right angle, look very much like a punk afront of a stage.
Both the South and large parts of the international community condemned the move as an afront to the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement that ended 21 years of civil war.
Una a fost aceea a libertarianismului lui Robert Nozick, pentru care obligatia morala, poate chiar institutionala a redistribuirii bogatiei sociale reprezinta un afront de neiertat la adresa inviolabilitatii proprietatii private--tema comuna liberalismului si conservatorismului--si invalideaza de asemenea imperativul categoric kantian, care afirma ca fiecare om trebuie tratat ca scop, nu ca mijloc.
There are marked points for assembling each piece and all are labeled with a letter of the alphabet and a afront,a amiddle,a or abacka to indicate the order in which the pieces should be placed.
They've a new album out soon by the way - Star Tiger, Star Ariel - a two-year labour of love that should propel the boys to their rightful postion afront of people's psyche nationwide.
Their alleged indifference is clearly afront for the fraught and fragile state of mind that often exposes itself at this stage of the campaign - on and off the park.