Hooper had ascended the stairs, and showed himself in the pulpit, face to face with his congregation, except for the black veil.
One imitative little imp covered his face with an old black handkerchief, thereby so affrighting his playmates that the panic seized himself, and he well-nigh lost his wits by his own waggery.
It is the shadow of pain which touches the young face with
such pathetic patience, but Beth seldom complains and always speaks hopefully of `being better soon'.
He was moving carelessly along a winding jungle trail, instead of making his progress through the trees, when suddenly he came face to face with
a black warrior.
15) In this classic experiment, observers are asked to recognise a particular facial feature (for example the nose) taken from a face with
which they had been familiarised (see Figure 4, page 52).
Researchers then align the top half of one face with
the lower halves of several others.
In the face aftereffect, we adapt to a face with
a particular expression - happiness, for example - which causes us to perceive a subsequent neutral face as having the opposite facial expression (i.
If you have a small face with
delicate features, smaller sunglasses are best.
DO soften a long, angular face with
a sweeping fringe and layers around the face.
Dust face with
powder, and sweep blush along your cheeks.
2 The computer pinpoints unique features, or "landmarks," in each face with
a set of dots.
The most difficult challenge, however, is to provide FACE with
a distinct identity that instills a sense of involvement in each participant, while ensuring that the program adheres to an issue agenda consistent with the interests of long-term care providers.
driven pull rolls coordinated with a driven rotor.
Under that agreement, Judge Starr has the right to meet face to face with
The researchers reported that when the volunteers were shown incongruent pairings of facial expressions and body postures--a frightened face with
an angry body posture, for instance--their accuracy was 64 percent.