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.
'The act was intentional as the young lady was strangulated, with the hair on her head and pubic region shaved, while her two upper front teeth broken.' He said according to the psychologist report, 'there was an abnormal shaving of the hair on the deceased head and the pubic region while her two upper front teeth had been broken off leaving only some fragments left.
Both also have bad teeth ndash the result, according to the younger one with an upper front tooth missing, of a fondness for sugary food and beverages and scrimping on toothpaste.
The Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales said that some parts of the outside of the church, including the upper front windows, are preserved but largely concealed from view at streetlevel.
A 13 years old patient reported to department of conservative dentistry and endodontics, JSS dental college and hospital, Mysore, India with chief complaints of pain and broken upper front tooth following trauma 1 1/2 months back due to fall from bicycle.
Here's how to do it: Keeping the tip of your tongue on the ridge of tissue just above your upper front teeth, first exhale forcefully through your mouth making a "whoosh" sound.
The signature seven-slot upper front grille is flanked by adaptive, bixenon headlamps that are surrounded by an LED character lamp treatment.
From the main fabric, cut two ruffles (either a front and back or two fronts), one upper front, one right upper back, one left upper back and the waist per the original pattern.
The signature seven-slot upper front grille is flanked by adaptive, bi-xenon headlamps and surrounded by an LED character lamp treatment.
The patient, known as Mr C in a report published this week by the Scottish Public Services Ombudsman, complained to the health watchdog about the treatment he received over a number of years after he lost one of his upper front teeth following an injury which then became infected.

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