With Korak and A'ht I hunted the antelope and the boar, and I sat upon a tree limb and made faces
at Numa, the lion, and threw sticks at him and annoyed him until he roared so terribly in his rage that the earth shook.
When the chambermaid asked him just now if he should want a bed, sir, he first made faces
at her, and then wanted to kiss her.
The langurs, the big gray-whiskered monkeys of the Himalayas, were, naturally, the first, for they are alive with curiosity; and when they had upset the begging-bowl, and rolled it round the floor, and tried their teeth on the brass-handled crutch, and made faces
at the antelope skin, they decided that the human being who sat so still was harmless.
Her baby charmingly made faces
, and Martinez referred to this as her daughter's way of greeting fans and followers.
The software was able to analyze the information to detect subtle trends in the features that made faces
more or less memorable, he added.
The boy stood on the other side of the road and made faces
and obscene gestures at the driver.