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False front

A front wall which extends beyond the side walls and above the roof of a building to create a more imposing facade.

false front

1. A front wall which extends beyond the sidewalls of a building to create a more imposing façade.
2. A front wall that extends above the roof of a building; a flying façade.
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Thirty miles south on Interstate 5, the 45th annual Bohemia Mining Days celebration will use White's false fronts for the first time when its activities begin this afternoon in Coiner Park.
false fronts were placed over news box copies of the Washington Post on April 15, a "special tax day edition.
Detectives said the four cloned the debit cards of at least 250 unsuspecting people after installing false fronts on cashpoint machines and using mini cameras to film personal identification numbers being entered.
When customers put in their cards, the false front recorded the magnetic strip.
The impressive false front of The Palace of The Winds conceals a disappointing palace behind.
For starters, remove the false front panel (Photo 1A) and measure the distance between your sink front and the outer surface of the cabinet face frame.
She admits that "I force my family to serve as the same kind of false front I was raised to be for my father.
It is true that due to the weakness of our character, we are prone to prevaricate, hold mental reservation, put up a false front, and even lie; but we acknowledge that this is a weakness, and we constantly fight against it.
Years of drug and alcohol abuse had also left her with a weak heart and liver, a hole in her nose, and eleven false front teeth, the Sun reported.
As someone who is hopeless at putting on a false front (in spite of a much practice), I can reveal that when my wife and I were in a Bala gifte shoppe, I was taken with a fit of sneezing.
He tried to do a little bump-and-run with Rescue club but left it short, and the ball rolled back down the green's false front and came to rest just a few feet to the left of where he had been standing.
KEITH Allen removes his false front tooth and waggles his tongue through the gap at me.