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The forepart of the vessel is crowded to the full as much as the genteeler quarter.
LITTLE TRAVELS AND ROADSIDE SKETCHESWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
About the end of the fourth or forepart of the fifth day, the eruption is complete.
A few wretches alone clung desperately to the forepart of the ship and the stump of the bowsprit.
THE MISSING SHIPW. H. G. KINGSTON
The forepart of the head and muzzle is entirely dark, the upper eyelid being indicated by a light stripe.
Sukkestad wondered what on earth was coming, as the other took him by the arm and dragged him off to the forepart of the ship.
DRY FISH AND WETANTHON BERNHARD ELIAS NILSEN
When about to cast its skin it ceases to eat, raises the forepart of the body slightly, and remains in perfect repose.
The boat drove under, and at eighteen feet three bombs burst on the surface in quick succession over the forepart of the hull.
On each deck in the forepart of the ship sat twelve rowers, their aprons attached by costly fastenings.
He was a fat little man of fifty, with white skin and blue eyes, the forepart of his head bald, and he wore earrings.
MADAME BOVARYGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
She was most unwilling, but yet she allowed him to put Frey up in the forepart of the wain.
FREY AND HIS WIFEMAURICE HENRY HEWLETT

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