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leading edge

noun as in forward edge


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Sometimes you get a pair of these rotating columns that tilt forward at the leading edge of the fire, and where those come together, they can accelerate the fire between them, or slow it down.

They are the leading edge of a generation whose mothers and fathers had children later in life.

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It’s a race between the leading edge in quantum computing and advances in traditional computing methods, each one trying to outpace the other.

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Personally, I think regulators will continue to have a strong view on how we use certain leading edge technologies.

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Warm fronts exist along the leading edge of warmer, humid air pushing into cooler, drier air.

Today, the pace of leading-edge research with compounds in the cannabis plant is accelerating.

A talk with three women on the leading edge of our wine culture.

It was definitely the heart of not just the American avant-garde but the leading edge of all Western art.

The sitcoms from the 1980s and 90s were on the leading edge of this shift.

The set measurement is taken from the front of the lower leading edge to the plumb-lines.

Plumb-lines must be dropped over the leading edge of the top surface wherever struts occur, and also near the fuselage.

Now stand in front of it and line up the leading edge with the main spar, rear spar, and trailing edge.

For steering, both vertical and horizontal, a hinged tail was provided, and the leading edge of each wing was made flexible.

These longitudinals and the skids end at the leading edge of the back plane and the laminated skids and wheels are placed there.

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On this page you'll find 416 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to leading-edge, such as: contemporary, ingenious, inventive, new, original, and avant-garde.

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