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show (one's) face

To go somewhere despite feeling embarrassed or being scorned. With the way my kids behaved there last time, I can never show my face in that restaurant again. How can you show your face around here, after what you did?
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show (one's) face

To make an appearance: Don't show your face on my property again.
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Among those likely to show face is McGraw's most recent lieutenant John "Joker" McCartney, who was with McGraw when he took ill.
Over six nights Poker Face will see six contestants per show face quick-fire general knowledge questions to win money and stake a claim to play in the final (show seven), where one will walk away a millionaire.
Bryne will also speak about his own new show Face to Face where he will interview guests including golfer Seve Ballesteros, astronaut Neil Armstrong and former British Prime Minister John Major.
But the warden-turned-supervisor did not even show face later to respond to our exclusive pictures showing his Renault remaining untouched while tickets were dished out to cars parked behind and in front of his vehicle.
Long-running game show Face The Music was first shown this week in 1967, and quickly became a huge success.
ANNOYING people who let their mobiles ring during a cinema or theatre show face being fined pounds 30.
Now living the quiet life, when caring Julie does show face it's usually for a good cause.
CHRIS Evans's breakfast radio show faces no further investigation from Ofcom after actor Jeremy Irons swore on the show.
We decided to create four images to show faces from different generations.