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- verb Present participle of
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Sony On the other hand, moving your character around takes some practice; you may find yourself about-facing into the floor
The Liberals attempted to distance themselves from their platform plank the other day, before about-facing when reporters pointed out that Stephane Dion had been caught in an untruth by claiming otherwise.
Since about-facing seemed more pathetic than I could bear, I spent the most awkward thirty seconds ever at a urinal as ten of them glared at me, five-dollar bills scattered across the floor.
Here was this man who had come to break up the meeting and to see to it that no juvenile court was organized in Albany, completely about-facing when attention was called to him.
And yet it went on for two hours or more until the fastest shuckers had gone through the pile and were now about-facing, when the excitement as they neared the close of the race deepened every moment.
Case-Shiller Home Price Indices showed prices falling 0.6 percent over the last two months of the third quarter, about-facing from a 0.4 percent rise between July and August.
"I really enjoyed it," said Nimblett, when asked about-facing the D-I teams in back-to-back outings.