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to the fore

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishto the foreto the foreIMPORTANTto or in a position of importance or influence Environmental issues came to the fore in the 1980s. The case brought to the fore a lot of racial tensions. fore
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brought to the foreDuring these years of continual warfare, religious questions were seldom if ever brought to the fore.On the contrary, it brought to the fore her inner resilience.
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