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FrontPage

A popular Web authoring program from Microsoft for Windows and the Mac. FrontPage Editor is the graphical editor for designing the pages and FrontPage Explorer is the management tool that lets you construct and maintain the entire site. It also includes WebBots, which generate code for complex functions such as searching and password protection.
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On the 15th of January, that is to say, two months and a half after the tragic events I have narrated, the "Epoque" printed, as the first column of the front page, the following sensational article: "The Seine-et-Oise jury is summoned to-day to give its verdict on one of the most mysterious affairs in the annals of crime.
On the front page of the illustrated paper I saw lying on a table near me, he looked picturesque enough, seated on a boulder, a big strong man with a square-cut beard, his hands resting on the hilt of a cavalry sabre - and all around him a landscape of savage mountains.
EMINENT SOCIOLOGIST JAGGED AND JUGGED," was the first head-line he read, on the front page, accompanied by a large portrait of himself.
John Tarwater did look, but his eyes strayed to other photographs on the highly sensational front page.
And his face and phrases were on the front page of all the newspapers just then, because he was contesting the safe seat of Sir Francis Verner in the great by-election in the west.
To order your front page or a specific page, all we need to know is the preferred newspaper and exact date you require.
Christine McAnea tweeted our front page and said: "Burns says it all - whatever the outcome.
After an initial Twitter response claiming front-page treatment will merely boost his ego, sealing his message with a kiss, Pietersen's reaction to a little more goading read: "I would have preferred a Sydney front page tbh.
And Daniel Haydock tweeted: "Forget any political bias, look at the front page of the Daily Mirror and remember how lucky you are.
Having seemingly failed to see the story about the chemical attack in Syria, which was not the main headline on the front page of HE-rriyet but had a more modest place on the lower part of the page, he harshly criticized the daily in the morning.
Al-Ayyam also highlighted this story on the front page and said a deal was reached in which Issawi will end his hunger strike in return for his release to his home in Jerusalem.