front-loading


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front-loading

See front-ending.

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LG's front-loading washing machines have been the best-selling front loaders in the world for the past two years, it said.
Front-loading washing machines clean better, are more energy efficient and use less water than conventional top-loading machines.
Other variables explored in this paper included effects of gender and Greek-life status on front-loading behavior.
Front-loading refers to the "concentration of primaries and caucuses at the beginning of the delegate selection season" (p.
Whirlpool came out with its front-loading, front-controls, raised-pedestal Duet washers and dryers to reduce stress on the back.
Front-loading also undermines both the extent and the quality of voter participation.
The cabinet approved the one-month front-loading measure to soften the downward pressure on the stock market because of concerns that stock prices may fall further in the future and spur the employee pension funds to dump even more shares, they said.
If implemented, front-loading would "increase access to students at our institutions," Baime added.
The regulations will force many standard top-loading washing machines out of the marketplace and replace them with more expensive front-loading models.
All types of contracts involve front-loading, which generates a partial lock-in of consumers.
Other variations of stripping transactions that could involve licenses of intangible property; service contracts; leaseholds; or prepayment, front-loading, or retention of rights to receive future payments.
Selbin of Lieff Cabraser Heimann & Bernstein, LLP, appellate counsel of record, announced that the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals today ordered that consumers in six states -- California, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky, Minnesota and Texas -- who allege that Sears sold them allegedly defective Kenmore front-loading "high efficiency" washing machines manufactured by Whirlpool may band together in a class action to hold Sears accountable.