If you currently use a facemask, give face
paint a try.
Then you think about the wee man and what he has to and what he has to face and you give face
and you give yourself a kick up the yourself a kick up the backside.
It would serve as a dedicated centre and recruit experts to give face
to face career advice.
If the owner lives in the immediate vicinity, officers will visit them to give face
to face advice.
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According to the resource theory of social exchange (Foa & Foa, 1976), there are many ways to give face
, such as praising P's talents or achievements in public so as to elevate P's status, showing concern for P, adopting the ideas suggested by P, respecting the opinions of P, honoring the request of P by giving certain resources to P, etc.
For example, it refused to give face
to President Hu Jintao by calling his visit to Washington in 2006 a "state visit," and it refused to use the term "strategic dialogue" for senior-level talks between the two countries, saying that term was reserved for allies like Japan.
30pm on Wednesday to give face
to face advice to anyone who wants it.
Jean at least has the balls to give face
to this much-needed challenge.
Thus, a provider's refusal to accept a client's offer of gifts, favors, or invitations to participate in more personal social interactions may be construed as rejection and failure to give face
(Behring & Gelinas, 1996).
He was required to hand over his clothes and give face
and hand swabs and other intimate samples, something he said he would have expected more in a rape case.
He added: "While the 08457 96 97 98 number will continue to offer a first point of contact to those wishing to telephone for advice, the new centres will be able to give face
to face service for those who prefer it.
43) Nick Turse's motivation to give faces
and names back to the individual victims of American atrocities is evident throughout the book.
In these pages we give faces
to the names that keep appearing in news stories on governance at the Centre and on the Capital's administrative machinery.
Set in the medieval walled-fortress city of Terezin, in the Czech Republic, Janeczko give faces
, voices, personalities to the many Jews of Prague that perished there: Although a 'way station' before they were sent off to places like Auschwitz, many died through overcrowding and poor diet/sanitation.