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battlefront

ba tuhlf ruhnt

  • n  the line along which opposing armies face each other

  • The battlefront disappeared, and with it the illusion that there had ever been a battlefront.
  • Jurors swiveled their seats 45 degrees to the left so they could look directly at Lay as he testified about being "on the battlefront" in the final months of Enron before it .
  • Matt Ridgway added to the pressure by warning the Reds that the farther the battlefront moved into North Korea, the farther north the eventual cease-fire line would be.
News & Articles

  • Jump Into a Giant Battle Mech with This 'Titanfall' Video
    EA may still have a while to go as they slowly climb their way out of "the evilest company in the world" but their E3 line-up showed some promise. Of course, "Mirror's Edge 2" and "Battlefront 3" provided a ton of fanboy love but one game I'm looking forward to it the soldier vs. mech [...]
    June 20, 2013 - MTV
Quotes

  • Gordon Smith in FOXNews
    It would be a dishonorable thing for the Congress to budget away the bullets at a time when their commander in chief had ordered them to hold their place in the battlefront,said Smith.
  • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Reuters
    In this recent election the enemy tried to bring the battlefront to the interior of this country,Ahmadinejad said.
  • Rahm Emanuel in Forbes
    A sagging economy has left American families struggling on the home front while thousands of American troops are risking their lives on the battlefront,Emanuel said. "This morning, the president called on Congress to approve plans for more...

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