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front yard

A yard of a plot of ground facing the street; extends from the front line of the building to the front property line, and across the full width of the plot.
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Sandy Bast recorded video of a UPS driver throwing multiple packages onto her front yard after she hear a loud noise outside her home, which she initially believed the sound to have surfaced from her television.
According to police, Victoria Lynn Swanger, 50, came to the man's front yard Tuesday night, yelling and threatening him before he was stabbed.
The village would tolerate fruit trees, flowers, or even plastic pink flamingoes in the front yard, but the veggies had to go.
The action was taken after environmental health officers found a discarded bed base, mattress and other furniture at the front yard of the property in Marine Approach, South Shields, in July 2014.
Obviously, a front yard garden can't be fenced off or otherwise protected in the ingenious but sometimes not so attractive ways many of us use to reserve our produce for ourselves
When I came back out to the front yard, my motorcycle was lying against the retaining wall.
The maid discovered victim's body in the front yard on Sunday morning.
The 46-year-old actor was at home on Tueasday afternoon when a young driver lost control of his Mustang, causing the vehicle to roll and crash in the middle of Dempsey's front yard.
The drive follows complaints that some householders have been excessively using water to clean their front yards, causing pools of water outside the homes of their neighbours.
Public Radio, where she was called the Doyenne of Dirt--reinvented the front yard for relaxing, entertaining, and expressing her vivid personality.
I took a shower in my front yard because I'm doing a movie in Louisiana and I came here (to L.
So the front yard of the Cantrell house is a home site, and the former footprint of the Cantrell house is a backyard.