forwardmost

for·ward·most

 (fôr′wərd-mōst′)
adj.
Closest to the front; first.
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The rearmost position locks the bolt, the center position allows the bolt to be manipulated with the safety engaged, and the forwardmost position readies the gun to fire.
Florida's Seriola jacks have two dorsal fins: one short dorsal fin (forwardmost) with only spines and then a long dorsal fin with only soft rays.
It was a frustrating outcome to a disappointing afternoon for Kieftenbeld, who struggled to make a meaningful impact as the forwardmost of the three central midfielders.
There is only a thin ring of steel supporting the forwardmost one-third of the lugs.
My favorite view inside the Hult Center is from the forwardmost mezzanine seats.
FEA found that the peak strains in the composite did not occur adjacent to the forwardmost portion of the ring (the 12 o'clock position) as expected, but at the 3 o'c1ock and 9 o'clock positions around the ring.
In addition, contact sensors are placed on the gripper (two bits) because the gripper is the forwardmost component of the robot.
When the triangular leg supports are positioned correctly, they are 1/4 inch off the ground, and the center of the forwardmost dowel is 12 inches off the ground.
When it isn't possible to support the forend on a solid object while kneeling, we then use our forwardmost knee for our support elbow and our shooting partner/child to support our firing elbow.
At this point you take a spanner wrench supplied with the pistol and engage the pin in it in the forwardmost hole drilled in the bottom of the barrel.