The front or upper side or part.
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1. the front or upper side or part
2. (Physical Geography) US land extending along the sea
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(ˈfɔrˌsaɪd, ˈfoʊr-)

the front side or part.
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They made a great hubbub amongst themselves, and whenever the old man showed his bald head on the foreside of the bridge, they would all leave off jawing and look at him from below.
said it acquired the assets of Cumberland Foreside, Maine-based Norton Insurance Agency Inc.
Banks, Jamie Cox, Michael Rossi, Marc Rossi, and Marissa Rossi; and great granddaughter, Addison Marie Paul.A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 9:00 am, Saturday, February 14th at Holy Martyrs Church, 266 Foreside Road, Falmouth, Maine.
Jarrod Spangler joined the ranks of those leveraging their networks -- social and otherwise -- to raise money, in his case to outfit his Italian-inspired butcher shop, MEat, in Kittery Foreside, Maine.
In 1982, avid baseball fan William Palmer of Falmouth Foreside, Maine, bequeathed the mask, as well as other Northwest Coast art and an extraordinary collection of pre-Colombian artifacts, to UMaine.
There's a finger groove on the foreside of the handle, and a lanyard hole complete with paracord located at the base.
>8 shore at Cumberland N80E 80 85 S 18 Foreside Doyle Point, N78E 73 68 N 32.3 Yarmouth tank farm, Harpswell N71E 79 60 NW 19 Neck Rte.
And whereas a Select Committee of Members of Parliament being a committee of the elected representatives of the people is best equipped to determine the nature and scope of steps to be taken to enable the a foreside.
LDM Leica DISTO [TM] A4, together with the interface, is installed in a waterproof case, which is equipped with anvisor and body tube on the foreside. The case is mounted on a modified parabolic satellite antenna tripod.
The number of vesicles in the outside membrane of the acrosome increased and were centered in the foreside of the acrosome (Figure 4).
The novel method first randomly determines the inlet tubes, outlet tubes, and confluence/divergence tubes in sequences, then randomly selects the foreside tube for those tubes without the foreside tube, until all the tubes are included in the RC.
Though Asian culture has been enticing to Americans for centuries, it has now evolved into "a classic design trend found in traditional homes throughout the country," said Claire Woodsum, president of Foreside, based in Gorham, Maine.