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frontman

noun [C] uk   /ˈfrʌnt.mæn/ (plural -men   /men/   ) us  
the lead singer or leader of a musical group: Franz Ferdinand frontman Alex Kapranos someone who appears to be in charge of or representing an organization or group, but who may not have real authority UK someone who presents a television programme
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