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face it

To recognize the truth; to face reality. Often used an imperative. Face it, Hannah, you never wanted to go on this trip. He needs to face it and realize that his grades are not good enough for the schools he's applying to.
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DAVID and Samantha Cameron have checked into a yoga retreat - but judging by their faces it's not having much of a chillaxing effect.
"With so many new faces it's important we don't waste any time when it comes to building a strong team spirit."
He said: "It may feel a bit early, but at the end when you see so many smiling faces it's tremendous.
Steven Dear, aged 44, from the Eastern Green area of Coventry, said: "It's a lovely idea, if it cheers people up and puts a smile on people's faces it's a good idea."
WARWICKSHIRE'S new era will start in earnest tomorrow when the leadership axis of Mark Great-batch and Heath Streak faces it's first test with the championship opener at Sussex.
He added: "It's not nice to go and see children who are poorly but if those toys can put a smile on their faces it's worth it."
It gives you a warm feeling and when you see the smile on those kids' faces it's worth so much."
If anyone has been left with egg on their faces it's the overzealous bosses who seem to have no sense of perspective.
We've got players out with injuries, and although we are looking to bring in new faces it's all ifs and buts at the moment," said Dobson.
Alan, who brought the FA Cup with him, said: "Whenever you do things with kids and you see the reaction on their faces it's fantastic, and to get the kind of reception I got was fantastic."
It has so many trendy fresh faces it's like watching a sixth form audition for Newsround.