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“Which prevarication was bare-faced, by virtue of his having just installed the ram and piped the land.”
“At worst, plain bare-faced lying and scaremongering.”
“He was thoroughly beaten by the law, and the bare-faced robbery held good.”
“At the most famous yeshiva in pre-war Europe, most men studied bare-faced.”
“More bare-faced and bold by far is The Asylum, the Cormanesque micro-studio whose stock in trade is the "mockbuster".”
“Why would a union launch such a propaganda campaign against a behemoth like Bell, based on some bare-faced lie??”
“When we meet this time, at the Dorchester, Price arrives unrecognised, and indeed is almost unrecognisable – bare-faced, hair scraped back, in baggy white linen trousers and Ugg boots.”
“But as more details of the Lib-Con coalition's extraordinary budget emerged yesterday, the bare-faced deceit at the heart of the government's claims has become brutally evident.”
“Dominic Lawson has an interesting article in today's Independent pointing out that: Of all the characteristics of a successful politician, none is more essential than bare-faced cheek.”
“Personally I have to say I could appreciate the bare-faced cheek of both players, although I've enjoyed Maradona's effort for 23+ years more”
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