Front, Out Front, or Forward

Front – Or out front, or forward .” The mental position or state of mind in which one occupies or runs the body, interacting with the world-at-large.. “John was working today so he was up front.” Some groups call this “driving” or being “at the helm” or “running the body”, while copresent people might be “passengers” or “riding shotgun”. (Probably the Troops (Truddi Chase)). ” Retrieved 4/2/11. Pavilion – Voices of Plurality in Action

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