from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The inward face; specifically, in physical geography, the steeper slope or escarpment of a cuesta, facing inland.
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Log in to Reply boxzor (UID#2398) on September 5th, 2009 at 5: 46 am serious irony, does casemods not realize that he is inface this “low-lifeness and immaturity” of which he speaks?
Its so nice to see you inface bookafter a long long time.
Though might I point out that Faeries are inface pure energy.
Ojf. Pes Vitulu Ger. pftffmpit&U ffar iu - bercuiafuruncuioscL decoclis inface uim buibis: recentibas in - ficmatiomhws expoienta auxihatur.