Forefront [noun]

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The government-run Robert Koch Institute for public health research in Berlin has been at the forefront of the country’s robust pandemic response, leading the search for a vaccine and racing to push out vast stocks of tests.

Apple Daily has long been at the forefront of Hong Kong’s democracy movement, reporting on protests closely and keeping a check on government officials through dogged shoe-leather journalism.

With these finalists at the forefront of scientific and engineering discovery, I know we are in good hands.

Yet, child care in particular hasn’t often found itself at the forefront of political debate.

The activists and community members who are helping to write the policy have also been at the forefront of criminal justice issues for many years.

Suffice it to say, such levels of design flexibility allowed the caravel to be at the forefront of Portuguese exploration endeavors.

In all the writings of the time, the theological interest is in the forefront.

All together they ran at the blockhouse door, the glowing, smoking tip of the log in the forefront.

He comes of the famous New York Hewitt family, whose members have been in the forefront of progress.

The schools are, on the whole, in the forefront of the fresh air movement, especially the public schools.