from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. looking forward.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In printing, full-faced type. See full-faced.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. looking forward
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At least as famous is the full-face, oval volto , eerily sexy in its smoothness and impassivity.
And no matter how much experience you have, always wear protective gear that includes a full-face motorcycle helmet, gloves, boots, and thick clothing in highly visible colors. —
Or as welcome as a wasp in a crash helmet (full-face).
Workers have said full-face masks and protective coveralls in high temperatures make their work extremely strenuous.
Some essential upper body protectors for riders include spine protector, full-face helmets and backpack hydration system.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy's framed the debate over the law as protecting Muslim women from being forced to wear full-face veils.
The character, like the rest of the cast, works much better in either full-face or profile views, the way Schulz designed all of them for the newspaper strip.
In Britain in recent weeks, a pig's head was left at a mosque outside of Oxford, while there have been repeated attacks on women wearing headscarves and full-face coverings, Shafiq said.
France's constitutional court on Oct. 7 approved a law banning full-face veils in public, which would prevent women wearing garments such as the burqa.
Newspapers are full of stories about European governments debating whether to ban women from wearing some version of the Islamic veil—on April 11, France outlawed the niqab, or full-face veil—but such efforts only confirm how prevalent the veil has become in the 21st century, not least in Western countries.
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