fresh-faced


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fresh-faced

Of or having an appearance of health, vitality, and/or youthfulness. After a good night's sleep, he woke up fresh-faced and feeling like a million bucks.
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ALTERED IMAGES: Heidi now, left, and fresh-faced in 2006
On her way home, looking a bit partied out Our girl's bright-eyed and fresh-faced Nick tweets a pic with Sadie early on Uh, oh
There in 1973 to ask Clough why he had left Derby was a fresh-faced Gary Newbon, then making a name for himself as a sports reporter based at the ATV studios in Birmingham.
Let her embark on fresh-faced beauty the right way with Jemma Kidd, right, Make Up School's new "Coming-of-Age" course, in association with Face Boutique.
And McSheffrey, signed from Coventry for pounds 4m a year ago, insists he will be better prepared for the battles ahead than as a fresh-faced teenager.
The blood-thickened mud in the streets of Sadr City marks this adventure's butcher's bill in newspaper photos almost every day, just as a new fresh-faced casualty reports for duty in desert fatigues or a high school headshot in the obituaries.
About 40 fresh-faced chorus members walked up the aisle and upstairs to stand on the left balcony.
Other images on display include a gangrenous foot, a junkie giving birth to a deformed baby, and a girl who moves from fresh-faced enthusiasm to sunken-cheeked enthrallment in a series of tableaux.
The production doesn't have - or need - big stars: The actors playing the director, diva and fresh-faced ingenue are all unknowns.
When Jamel Shabazz, a Brooklyn native and budding lensman, roamed the streets of New York in the early 1980s to photograph some of the street-savvy, fresh-faced teens whose colorful style and swagger intrigued him, he wasn't just preserving history; he was capturing a brief period of relative calm in the midst of a terrifying storm.
Research reveals than nearly two thirds of men from our region are turned off by heavy make-up and prefer fresh-faced lasses.
With Backstreet Boys bravado, the five fresh-faced performers portray the show's fictional singing group with infectious abandon, easily wooing the audience with their 90-minute concert-style mission of Christian salvation.
WHEN DAVID ROBBINS made his signature 1986 piece Talent, a lineup of eighteen black-and-white head shots of very fresh-faced artists of a certain notoriety at that time in New York, he presented a giddily ironic vision of unbounded optimism.
They know the value of a broad-based education, it's just that they believe that the job market is tough going for fresh-faced generalists, or those who aren't prepped to step right into a profession.