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  • n. Plural form of face-to-face.


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  • Most recently, I came face-to-faces with Bradley Cooper and Renée Zellweger as they exited my neighborhood coffee shop.

    Cathy Alter: A Real Housewives Dream Come True

  • "While my classmates signed up for on-campus 'face-to-faces' with recruiters from Wall Street brokerage firms (becoming an 'arbitrageur' was all the rage then, even among students who as juniors had vowed to spend their lives dancing or composing), I scanned the horizon for another test to take, another contest to compete in."

    Anis Shivani: Does the Ivy League Turn You Into a Moron? Walter Kirn Critiques Princeton in "Lost in the Meritocracy"

  • Those face-to-faces were often awkward; we were surprised that people looked nothing like we imagined they did from the voice on the radio.

    What is a forum like for you?

  • If we overlooked you in our face-to-faces, it's because we are Distracted People and we apologize.

    Michael Brecker memorial

  • Malcolm thought about the past two days, the whirlwind of meetings, lunches, phone calls, face-to-faces.

    Ugly Americans

  • Which begs the question, how much can you trust the newspaper if story selection and placement might be influenced by face-to-faces?


  • fill your plate with so many sandwiches that there is nothing but chips and pickles left for the students still in their face-to-faces.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • And look: keep the Fulcis away from face-to-faces with her, but if you want to have them close by, then that’s okay with me.

    The Unquiet


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