The fore and aft have beautiful decks carved into them, and windows from various rooms too: it looks like a floating Apple device.
The New York State United Teachers, part of aft, recently voted to pull its support for Common Core.
The 'pinkie' is a schooner-rigged craft, sharp at both ends, a short peak running up aft, and designed for a chasing sea.
Mr. Trant now called the Scourges aft, and asked more of the particulars.
She was a ship-sloop of 28 guns—long 18-pounders—with a flush deck fore and aft.
Fore and aft were circular partitions of steel, like drumheads.
He also found her to be of great breadth of beam, with wide sweeps of unencumbered deck, both forward and aft.
aft, preparations were making of a more permanent nature, it is true.
He's a great pet, and while you are aft you must see that he wants for nothing.
Anybody can see he's built for speed, narrow in the beam and sharp fore and aft.
Old English æftan "from behind, behind, farthest back," from superlative of Old English æf, af, of "away, away from, off" (see of). The Germanic superlative suffix *-ta corresponds to PIE *-to (cf. Greek protos "first," superlative of pro "before"). Now purely nautical.