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foreward

(ˈfɔːˌwɔːd)
n
(Military) a vanguard
vb (tr)
(Military) to guard (something) in front
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The foreward of the 189-page book is written by the vice president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, who describes the autobiography as not only compelling, but an important record of periods in history that now almost seem like fables.
It outlines a broader understanding of national security by bringing citizens, social and economic aspects to the foreward, without underestimating the dimensions of defense, foreign policy, intelligence, security of public order and the protection of legality.
As he remarks in the foreward, this is a colonial, conservation, environmental and indigenous history.
Foreward Clarion Reviews notes that the book is "a lovely introduction to the creatures of the Antarctic.
He did add a foreward and postscript, and he updated the list of the intelligence community's leadership, as well as its organizational chart and chronology.
Each title includes a foreward to explain the series' purpose; an introduction or a general explanation of the topic; four chapters to highlight different elements of the topic that are causing controversy; and, within each chapter, a collection of full-text articles offering opposing viewpoints on the highlighted element.
Both are now out of print but we can print some excerpts from the 1992 "Pundemoniam", with a foreward by Gyles Brandreth and illustrated by 'Quanda'.
As he says in his foreward to the book: "Be open to everything and amazing things can happen.
Comment: Sinclair to carry foreward Tennis' operating losses for tax benefits estimated to be worth USD 65m
And I hope they skippast the foreword, or forward, or foreward — however they choose to spell it.
Foreward by Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn and Conversation with Barry Schwabsky.
I believe that seeing us as human beings, as people with our own unique perspectives and lives, is a fundamental first step toward understanding who we are, rejecting false and imposed stereotypes, and ultimately reaching reconciliation," writes former Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn Atleo in the foreward of We Are Born with the Songs Inside Us.