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fore

1. short for foremast
2. fore and aft located at or directed towards both ends of a vessel

fore

[fȯr]
(naval architecture)
The front part of a ship.
In the direction of or toward the bow.
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The company said that Fore offers a full suite of inter-modal logistics solutions such as local and regional drayage services, yard services, chassis rental and repair and maintenance.
Based in the Chicago suburb of Harvey, Illinois, Fore Transportation offers a full suite of intermodal logistics solutions, including local and regional drayage services, yard services, chassis rental, and repair and maintenance.
Making the request when she paid a courtesy call on President Kenyatta on Friday at State House, Nairobi, Ms Fore assured the country of support in achieving universal healthcare.
As UNICEF develops the 2018-2022 country programme for Kenya, Fore said, it will be aligned with the country's aspirations on primary healthcare, a major driver in achieving universal healthcare coverage.
Fore as UNICEF Executive Director after consultation with UNICEFs governing board.
Fore has nearly four decades of public sector service culminating as the first woman to serve as Administrator of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the Director of United States Foreign Assistance in the U.
P4G Capital Partners, a San Francisco based private equity firm, has acquired the assets of Fore Machine Company Inc and Aero Components Inc.
Prior to joining FORE, he worked with the Bank of India, Corporation Bank, IndusInd Bank, NIBSCOM and International Travel House, a subsidiary of ITC.
When Hurricane Katrina devastated the area in 2005, Fore nearly lost his desire to develop the land.
Fore founded the nonprofit Choose Live Lead in 2014 to facilitate orphan and foster child education, and she has since worked with teens and young adults in Russia, Ethiopia, Uganda and throughout her home state.
Fore failed to report the abuse and stood and watched as it took place.
In five different case studies, each concerning a different medium (plus an epilogue dealing with the postwar period, devoted to Ernst Junger's 1957 science-fiction novel The Glass Bees), Fore examines the deep structures at work in a whole range of artistic and literary productions--revealing along the way that, beyond superficial differences accounting for their medium specificity, those structures are eerily similar.