frontage

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frontage

The length of a property line along a road,street,waterway,or important amenity such as a state park.

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And thus much for the model of the palace; save that you must have, before you come to the front, three courts.
The o]d woman came out of her front door, dragging a chair, on which she coolly seated herself on the tiny stoop at the top of the steps.
He reeled toward her front picket fence, drawing a revolver.
Nikita took the whip that hung over the front of the sledge and struck him once.
The great barrier stood just in front of the imperial pavilion.
Once more he perceived in front of him the same back and short tail, and again the same swiftly moving white legs that got no further away.
A large, neat chauffeur in green got out from the front, and a small, neat manservant in grey got out from the back, and between them they deposited Sir Leopold on the doorstep and began to unpack him, like some very carefully protected parcel.
Taking the colonel's outburst as a challenge to his courage, the general expanded his chest and rode, frowning, beside him to the front line, as if their differences would be settled there amongst the bullets.
Dorothy was feeling one of her front teeth, which was loosened by knocking against her knee as she fell.
At that instant a single rifle-shot was heard, away to the front, beyond the skirmish-line, followed, almost attended, by the savage hiss of an approaching bullet which passing through the line, struck audibly, punctuating as with a full stop the captain's exclamation, "What the devil does it mean?
Over the seat of the chair Tess's face was bowed, her posture being a kneeling one in front of it; her hands were clasped over her head, the skirts of her dressing-gown and the embroidery of her night-gown flowed upon the floor behind her, and her stockingless feet, from which the slippers had fallen, protruded upon the carpet.
Two little white patches moved vaguely through the darkness, the stairs creaked, the door whined, and they were at the front room window.