At the beginning; before anything begins.
At the front.
In an attacking position.
Open, honest; tending to disclose information; truthful.
Up Front is a World War II card-based wargame. It was designed by Courtney F. Allen and published by Avalon Hill in 1983. Hasbro now owns the franchise, and at one time licensed it to Multi-Man Publishing, a license that has since expired without republication of the game. Allen is currently preparing a reprint to be released by Radiant Games, with artwork by Ron Volstad. The game is currently being funded through Kickstarter. Subtitled The Squad Leader Card Game, Up Front was intended as a card version of their successful Squad Leader series of games, but it represented a radical change in approach. Traditional wargames are based on maps representing terrain and game pieces representing units, which attack on their players' turns. Up Front has terrain, attack opportunities, and other factors determined by cards dealt to the players. Fans of the game claim this type of play gives the player a more realistic feel for man-to-man combat where most terrain will be unfamiliar. With traditional map-based wargames, players have an overhead view of the entire battlefield. In Up Front, locations are revealed as the game is played, emulating how real soldiers might encounter and explore terrain.
The numerical value of up front in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of up front in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
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If you let a bully come in your front yard, he'll be on your porch the next day and the day after that he'll rape your wife in your own bed. (On appeasement)
It felt so real and sincere and it was, they shed all these layers in front of our eyes and in front of the cameras and that sweetness and kindness resonated with people.
There is evidence that the ones there are Nusra Front. They found documents, books, flags that point to the Nusra Front being in Daraya, in any place where there is Nusra Front, we will continue operations.
“It is better to lead from behind and to put others in front, especially when you celebrate victory when nice things occur. You take the front line when there is danger. Then people will appreciate your leadership.”
We had a front page article in the LA Times, i want a front page article when the Galaxy are playing Orlando, like they did at the weekend on ESPN, but we didn't have that. We had an article in the newspaper but the LA Clippers( of the NBA) were on the front page.
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