Bacon was the great man whose "true imagination"* set it on foot, and although many years have passed since then, the Royal Society still keeps its place in the forefront
She stood in the forefront
of all women for him, just as Captain Anthony stood in the forefront
of all men.
They had followed some such course in their thoughts too; they had been borne on, victors in the forefront
of some triumphal car, spectators of a pageant enacted for them, masters of life.
In the forefront
of her protectors stood the giant Mugambi.
As his eyes sought the authors of the frightful sound he saw standing upon the shore, glaring at him with hate-filled eyes, a devil-faced panther surrounded by the hideous apes of Akut, and in the forefront
of them a giant black warrior who shook his fist at him, threatening him with terrible death.
From there I shall watch how the glorious struggle goes in conservative old England, and if I am needed you will find me here again fighting in the forefront
of the fray.
Daylight, with still in the forefront
of his consciousness all that had occurred in the preceding hour, was deeply impressed by the scene at the moment of departure.
In another second Good had wrung us both by the hand and gone; and then Infadoos came up and led off Sir Henry to his place in the forefront
of the Greys, whilst, with many misgivings, I departed with Ignosi to my station in the second attacking regiment.
nations are in the forefront
of civilization and power.
Yes, at last they were forced to flee, and after them came the Swazis, and in the forefront
of the pursuit was their chief, ringed round with a circle of his bravest.
I cannot do so: I know nothing save to fight bravely in the forefront
of the Trojan host and win renown alike for my father and myself.
The ground was wet, the rocks dripping, the grass and ever-greens sparkling with beads of moisture; yet the camp was loud with laughter and merriment, for a messenger had ridden in from the prince with words of heart-stirring praise for what they had done, and with orders that they should still abide in the forefront
of the army.
In war and in dread strife no man of the heroes dared to face him and to approach and fight with him when he appeared in the forefront
In the forefront
gleamed, like the white plumes of Navarre, the light flannel suit of Arthur Mifflin, the woodenest juvenile in captivity.
One had simply to be without stain and without reproach to keep one's place in the forefront