upper front

upper front

[′əp·ər ′frənt]
(meteorology)
A front which is present in the upper air but does not extend to the ground.

upper front

A front present in the upper air but which does not extend to the ground. Also called an upper-air front.
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Push your tongue lightly behind your upper front teeth, and keep it there the whole time.
Upper front teeth usually come in 1 to 2 months after the lower front teeth.
His upper front teeth are chipped and he has a tattoo of a woman's name on his right arm and a seven-inch scar in the shape of a horse shoe on the back of his left hand.
She added that Julio's upper front teeth were forced into his gums and was needed to be surgically extracted.
Keeping the tongue behind the upper front teeth throughout, first exhale through your mouth making a "whoosh" sound.
It features a dark paint finish on its 16-inch wheels, roof, upper front grille trim, wheel arch trim and door mirrors and an interior with black fabric and red stitching on the steering wheel, shift knob, brake lever, armrest and door trim, and aluminium pedals, a black headliner and pillars, gloss black finishing and a 6.
com/p/BRt9501l0xg/) one snap , the former Nickelodeon actress is seen doing a pose suggestive of her removing her upper front teeth.
It was caused by worn dentition in the lower front teeth, several restorations in upper front teeth and chipping in the secondary crowns of 33, 34 and 44.
The upper front window of a property on Bradley Road was smashed by burglars who searched the property and stole photographic equipment on October 26.
The upper front damper mounts are engineered so that there is a triple-path load-bearing system.
But after months of tests, and finally an MRI scan, in November it was revealed that Matthew had a tumour the size of a tennis ball at the upper front part of his brain.

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