ForeRunner


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forerunner

[′fȯr‚rən·ər]
(oceanography)
Low, long-period ocean swell which commonly precedes the main swell from a distant storm, especially a tropical cyclone.

ForeRunner

A family of ATM adapters from Marconi (formerly Fore Systems). See Marconi.
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That first vision might only too likely be the forerunner of a second; it was almost certain to be so.
They are the companions and forerunners of such saintship.
Perfect calms at sea are always suspected by the experienced mariner to be the forerunners of a storm, and I know some persons, who, without being generally the devotees of superstition, are apt to apprehend that great and unusual peace or tranquillity will be attended with its opposite.
He drew from his breast the diamond cross and the star of the Garter which she had sent him by those generous Frenchmen; he kissed it, and then, as he reflected, that she would never again see those things till he lay cold and mutilated in the tomb, there passed over him one of those icy shivers which may be called forerunners of death.
The water was rising higher and higher, and the gusts, forerunners of a steady breeze, were growing stiffer and stiffer.
Some thought that their once brilliant friend was in an incipient stage of insanity, of which his passionate impulses had perhaps been the forerunners; others prognosticated a general blight and gradual decline.
India, June 24 -- Garmin has refreshed its flagship Forerunner series of smartwatches by launching the Forerunner 945 in India.
John the Baptist - called also the Forerunner - is an imposing figure in the Christian New
announced the appointment of two new members to its board of directors: Kirsten Green, Forerunner Ventures founder and managing director and Glenda McNeal, American Express Company Enterprise Strategic Partnerships president.
Fashion speciality retailer Nordstrom Inc (NYSE: JWN) announced on Wednesday the appointment of two new members to its board of directors, namely Kirsten Green, Forerunner Ventures founder and managing director, and Glenda McNeal, American Express Company Enterprise Strategic Partnerships president.
Sada holiday is a forerunner of Nowruz and this is the oldest tradition of the Tajik people, which has come down to us from the depth of ages, which dates back to the first Persian empire of the Achaemenids.
The funding round received participation from existing investors, Forerunner Ventures, ISAI, Lerer Hippeau Ventures and Correlation Ventures, bringing its total funding to USD 25 million.