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Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Front-Runner"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Front-runner is a term to describe the leader in a race, whether political or athletic.
  2. The front-runner is most often anointed by the media who are following the race, and is written about in a different style than his or her challengers.
  3. The front-runner is LDP general secretary and former foreign minister Taro Aso.
  4. The front-runner is a coalition of religious Shiite Muslim parties, the United Iraqi Alliance, which dominated the voting in January.

Nomination

  1. In June 2003, he said, the front-runner for the nomination was Joe Lieberman, followed by Dick Gephardt and then John Kerry.

Leadership Race

  1. Entering early into the leadership race, Fulton was seen as the front-runner.

Milan

  1. Cardinal Dionigi Tettamanzi of Milan, 71, is considered by many the front-runner.

Iraqis

  1. He emerged as front-runner in an internet poll conducted by Iraq.net to find who Iraqis would most like to lead a transitional government.

Rowling

  1. When Norman Kirk died unexpectedly in 1974, Rowling emerged as the front-runner to replace him.

Aso

  1. His former foreign minister, Taro Aso, is considered a front-runner to replace him, though Aso said it was too soon for him to comment.

Winning

  1. Carter became the front-runner early on by winning the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary.
  2. Pedrosa proved his talent beyond any doubt last season, winning in China and at Donington, and being a consistent front-runner.

Salzburg

  1. Salzburg, in western Austria, is considered the front-runner because of the Alpine country's infrastructure and long tradition in winter sports.

Barack Obama

  1. Barack Obama is of a sudden the front-runner, so his view of the surge merits the closest look.

Forge

  1. Using a Lotus type 69 for two seasons, and despite limited funds, he was able to forge himself into a front-runner in the category.

Leader

  1. One can speak of a front-runner in a sprint or of the "leader" in an election or poll as in a position of leadership.

Trudeau

  1. Going into the leadership convention, Trudeau was the front-runner, and was clearly the favourite candidate with the Canadian public.

Finishing Seventh

  1. A front-runner, War Emblem stumbled out of the gates, was forced to rush to catch up and eventually burned out by the final turn, finishing seventh.

Race

  1. Dixon takes the early lead in IndyCar's new oval championship and becomes a front-runner for the Indianapolis 500, a race he won in 2008.

Republican Nomination

  1. He is widely seen as a front-runner for the Republican nomination in the 2012 presidential election.

Conservatives

  1. And conservatives will beat the drums for McCain, even if they still wish he had not become their front-runner.

Gerard Kennedy

  1. In 1996, McGuinty was elected leader of the at the party's leadership convention in a surprise victory over front-runner Gerard Kennedy.
  2. Trudeau had endorsed Gerard Kennedy and was particularly critical of the front-runner.

Ontario Liberal Party

  1. MPP for Ottawa South since 1990, he was elected leader of the Ontario Liberal Party in 1996 in a surprise victory over front-runner Gerard Kennedy.

Front-Runner

  1. Despite being a newcomer to politics, Kennedy became the front-runner to replace Lyn McLeod as leader of the Ontario Liberal Party in late 1996.
  2. At the convention, Eves was able to win on the second ballot after Elizabeth Witmer and Tony Clement both threw their support behind the front-runner.
  3. Eves immediately became the front-runner and most Tory MPP's and members of the party came to support him.

Categories

  1. Ontario Liberal Party
  2. Eves
  3. Gerard Kennedy
  4. Leadership Convention
  5. Republican Nomination
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