basic front

basic front

[′bā·sik ¦frənt]
(geology)
An advancing zone of granitization enriched in calcium, magnesium, and iron.
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BAGHDAD, IRAQ (NINA) - The head of the Federation of Arab Journalists, Muayyad al-Lami confirmed that the Federation will remain the basic front defending the rights of journalists and protect the work of the press.
After the approval of the development plan on November 30, 2011, basic front end engineering work (FEED), topographic and geotechnical studies as well as a 3D seismic surveying will begin in the coming months.
A traditional paper like The New York Times has more inertia to overcome with a new design simply because people have seen the same basic front page going back to 1851.
They've got a basic front, but they do a lot of different things.
Our vendor, Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies, has provided customization to their basic front to back accounting package and allowed us to almost seamlessly incorporate our REIT tenant placement business into the accounting and operation platform.
The fact that it is wire-free reduces installation time to minutes and gives dealers and integrators the ability keep an eye on their entire property rather than just basic front or back door.
The 2wd and 4wd versions share the same basic front suspension modules with short and long arms and coil-over dampers.
The Visual Basic front end acts as an OLE controller, and by communicating with the SCO Server OLE technology on the UNIX server, it can initiate processes on the UNIX server and request various calculations.
In the past decade, the American health care system has failed at two basic fronts exposing how our governing leadership has miserably failed if their most basic responsibility.
In many ways, Egypt increasingly appears as a failed state: unable to deliver on the most basic fronts, or to provide security to its citizens.
Our two basic fronts (shown in the diagrams) are the 4-3 defense and 54 defense.