foreface


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fore·face

 (fôr′fās′)
n.
The part of the head of a four-legged mammal that is in front of the eyes.

foreface

(ˈfɔːˌfeɪs)
n
(Zoology) the muzzle of an animal
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Later, he visited the foreface of the varsity- the Public Relations Section where the Public Relations Officer Nadir Ali Mugheri got him visited the different parts of the section including newsroom, news clipping unit and advertisement department.
In his confession, Okai said he took part in several robbery operations, revealing that in one case he plucked the foreface of one of his victims and also bit the breast of another in an attempt to escape a robbery scene.
"The fight against mischievous LRA is not only the responsibility of state government and GOSS, citizens should take protective measures around their neighborhood." The governor acknowledged that, "LRA have stepped up revenge on the innocent people of WES, bringing fear and worry on the forefaces of the WES people." My message on the 9th January this year was clear, "people should be ready for self defense." Insecurity has of recent months has engulfed the villages of WES, caused by the elusive LRA rebels.