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  • v. Alternative form of front-load.

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Examples

  • I think they might be trying to -- what we call frontload the schedule in order to be sure that there are enough patients there at the beginning of the session to get started efficiently.

    CNN Transcript Sep 14, 2003

  • I explained in an earlier cuts blog post why Labour-controlled Blackburn with Darwen council says it has to "frontload" the cuts and why ministers are so wary of it.

    Cuts diary: observations on the public spending squeeze

  • China's banks usually "frontload" lending, with the biggest quantity of loans in the first quarter of each year. expanded 10.7 percent last quarter from a year earlier, the fastest pace since 2007.

    Bloomberg

  • In effect, under an allowable election, taxpayers can "frontload" five years of annual exclusion gifts to these kinds of plans in one year.

    Michelle Malkin

  • China's banks usually "frontload" lending, with the biggest quantity of loans in the first quarter of each year.

    BusinessWeek.com --

  • The Home Office has ordered 20% of cuts to police budgets over the next four years, but it wants to "frontload" the reductions so the bulk of the pain is felt in the next two years

    Evening Standard - Home

  • Simply put, asset bubbles 'frontload' consumption at the expense of consumption when the bubble bursts. "

    The Daily Reckoning Australia

  • Sessions's decision to frontload much of the NRCC's committee buys into September proved to be a masterstroke -- drastically stretching the playing field and setting the stage for the 60-seat gain.

    The Fix's 2010 Election Winners and Losers

  • If we were going to be making permanent changes in tax policy, this is a time to frontload the tax cuts and implement the tax increase to be deferred through the recession and phased in through the recovery.

    Matthew Yglesias » Accounting Identities and Straussian Economics

  • "The rapid build-up of government debt over the past three years has, in our view, heightened the need to do more to frontload reforms aimed at containing the risks to sovereign budgets."

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