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front of house

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfront of houseˌfront of ˈhouse noun [uncountable] British English  the areas in a theatre or hotel which are used by the publicfront-of-house adjective the front-of-house manager
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front of houseSenior positions considered suitable tend to be in the hotel industry in public relations, personnel, training and front of house.Stewards will be needed for both front of house and backstage plus programme sellers - either or both performances.
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