He managed to put these onerous, labor-intensive veggies at the forefront of his restaurant—and found much success.
A New Yorker article has brought those painful words and memories back to the forefront this week.
By contrast, the big corporations are at the forefront of outsourcing and labor shedding.
When John Coltrane succumbed to liver cancer in 1967, he was at the forefront of the jazz world.
Women wear tights and tight clothes all the time, and the whole sensuality of it comes to the forefront.
In putting this narrative in the forefront of his Gospel is St. Luke committing a chronological error?
She stood in the forefront of all women for him, just as Captain Anthony stood in the forefront of all men.
While we were resting, Grey came up, pluckily refusing to be left out of the forefront of things.
Nicanor and Nicodemus stood in the forefront of it and watched.
Out of the forefront of the struggle strained a blood-bay colt.