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In the most prominent position, as in You couldn't miss John—he was front and center in that presentation . This expression alludes to the best and usually most expensive seats in a theater.

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More than any other vice-presidential nominee ever, he will be a front-and-center target.

And maybe redo the user interface to make the TV applications more front-and-center, instead of being buried inside a menu system.

The decision brings the gun issue front-and-center in her confirmation hearings this week.

One wonders why a Medicare buy-in wasn't placed front-and-center in the first place.

While at Robert—which literally looms over Central Park—art is even more front-and-center.

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petrichor

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