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  • Spider-Man landed a shot on the Bat man's face-the Dark Night is a gonna.

    Batman vs Spiderman

  • Others still called them Mujahideen, but, when they did, they made a face-a sneering, distasteful face-the word reeking of deep aversion and deep scorn.

    A Thousand Splendid Suns

  • She has slowly changed her tune, because her bigotry has a face-the face of her son.

    Some laws need breaking

  • In this respect, she is fully Mr. Levine's match, and when she cut through the orchestral tumult without the slightest hint of strain, a smile broke out on the maestro's cherubic face-the smile of a man at the top of his game.

    James Levine: A Maestro At the Top of His Game

  • Raistlin rose from his bow to look directly into the face-the blotchy, vein-popping, infuriated face of his schoolmaster.

    The Soulforge

  • Seeing the expression on his brother's face-the narrowed eyes, the frowning brows, the hard, firm set of the lips -

    The Soulforge

  • Then came a sin Susan had prayed over (although without much en-thusiasm) before getting into her bed: she had rather enjoyed the cheated, frustrated look on Aunt Cord's face-the look of the thwarted miser.

    Wizard and Glass

  • He saw the dreadful fear on the boy's face-the pale checks, the haunted eyes, the trembling mouth.

    Wizard and Glass

  • He had dark, thickly curling hair that was at odds with the distinct oriental cast to his face-the high flat cheekbones, the almond-shaped eyes.

    Second Skin

  • An expression of pain contorted his face-the sword was an artifact dedicated to Paladine and thus did Paladine punish those who followed the paths of darkness.

    Dragons Of Summer Flame

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