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frontier
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The Fountainhead
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  • Francon leaned jovially across his desk and handed to Keating the August issue of New Frontiers.
  • The fourth, New Frontiers, survived.

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  • It was never published anywhere, except on page 32 of New Frontiers.
  • New Frontiers had a white cover with a black emblem that combined a palette, a lyre, a hammer, a screw driver and a rising sun; it had a circulation of thirty thousand and a following that described itself as the intellectual vanguard of the country; no one had ever risen to challenge the description.
  • Why do you still write for the New Frontiers!
  • But the New Frontiers has been damn funny lately.
  • The New Frontiers is a liberal magazine and they’ve always sniped at Gail Wynand.
  • The New Frontiers is not the Banner, Alvah.
  • It was published in the New Frontiers.
  • Thus spoke Ellsworth M. Toohey in the pages of the New Frontiers.

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  • "Too little attention has been paid to the feminine angle of this case," wrote Sally Brent in the New Frontiers.
  • Harding, the managing editor, wrote an article explaining his position; it was published in the New Frontiers.
  • The New Frontiers said something about regrettable excesses, but ascribed them to "spontaneous outbursts of justifiable popular anger."
  • G W The New Frontiers described Austen Heller as "A reactionary who has sold himself to Big Business."
  • I’ve helped a puny little liberal mag like the New Frontiers, but I’ve also brought a much more substantial hunk of cash to a big stronghold of arch-conservatism such as the New York Banner.
  • But I hear it was you who got young Ronny Pickering, the booze hound, to give them a shot in the arm to the tune of one hundred thousand smackers, just about when New Frontiers was going the way of all frontiers.
  • But I hear it was you who got young Ronny Pickering, the booze hound, to give them a shot in the arm to the tune of one hundred thousand smackers, just about when New Frontiers was going the way of all frontiers.
  • This editorial was quoted in the New Frontiers and in many newspapers, reprinted in a box under the heading: "Look who’s talking!

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as in: the frontier of Tibet Define
an international boundary or a wilderness at the edge of a settled area
as in: the frontier of brain science Define
the most recent understandings and achievements in a changing field
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