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Front of Book

In magazine publishing, the pages toward the beginning of a magazine. The front of book is usually reserved for shorter articles and normally comes before the features.
References in classic literature ?
Pope's 'Iliad' and 'Odyssey' afforded the first notably successful instance of another method, that of publication by subscription--individual purchasers at a generous price being secured beforehand by solicitation and in acknowledgment having their names printed in a conspicuous list in the front of the book. From the two Homeric poems together, thanks to this device, Pope realized a profit of nearly L9000, and thus proved that an author might be independent of the publisher.
Measure the front of the book you would like to cover.
The front of the book includes a dedication to Georgie MacKay, written by photographer Norah Smyth who was active in the East London Federation of the Suffragettes.
Parents reading the "Bug Who Thought He Lost His Buzz" will be able to talk to their own little bee about being diagnosed with a terminal illness and then follow the activities at the front of the book and on the web site (http://www.wattsbuggingyou.com) to continue talking to God what it means for your family.
Concise tips for each exercise are given in the front of the book. For Number 27, Edwards writes "This is the first work to prominently feature repeated notes.
It does include at the front of the book a booklet showing diagrams of the body systems, which is stuck to the inside front cover.
You fill a mug 3/4s full with water and place it on the front of the book before zapping it until the logo disappears.
An essay near the front of the book by Jane Lear thankfully quotes Lewis extensively, ensuring that her own voice comes through.
His father's side starts from the front of the book, and his mother's side starts from the back.