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forehead

the part of the face between the natural hairline and the eyes, formed skeletally by the frontal bone of the skull; brow
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forehead

[′fär·əd]
(anatomy)
The part of the face above the eyes.
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Ptecticus aurifer group: Upper frons, median occipital sclerites and vertex yellow; wings bicolored or more or less darkened; scutum uniformly yellow to brown; M3 slightly sinuated, CuP (postcubitus) well developed, pigmented; vein R2+3 slightly sinuate, shorter than Rs, radial triangle (r2+3) higher than crossvein R-M, crossvein M-Cu well developed.
Middle frons curved, antennae 5-segmented, smooth, entire length 0.32-0.35 and 0.45-0.55 times as long as body; antennal segment III 0.07-0.09, 5-9 times as long as the diameter of the base of the segment, length in proportion to segments I-V: 28-41: 44-60: 100: 88-106: 75-120+19-50, respectively.
Texture of dorsal rugosity moderate; more rugose in anterior half including frontal flange and frons. Frons deeply concave.
Frons, clypeus, labrum, mouthparts, ochraceous yellow, speckled black dorsally.
This species and the new species given below are the only known species of the region with two arcuate carinae on the frons.
Face, frons and vertex dull gold pruinose, mystax orange-yellow, ocellar macrosetae orange-brown.
Mark Frons, the company's chief information officer, warned New York Times employees the attack was perpetrated by the Syrian Electronic Army, which backs Assad, "or someone trying very hard to be them".
The specimen from Pernambuco (Figure 1) is entirely blackish, whereas the specimen from Paraiba (Figure 2), presents blackish coloration especially on frons, mesosoma and metasoma (Figure 2A-C).
"They could have wreaked havoc on our systems," Times chief information officer Marc Frons said of the hackers.
Marc Frons has been named chief information officer of The New York Times.