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bare

Descriptive of a piece of material which is smaller than the specified dimensions; scant.
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from the glitz of the red carpet, George Clooney has pricked consciences by talking about the Darfur conflict and Haiti earthquake while behind the camera, his films have bared teeth at the political establishment.
Behind the camera, his award-winning films have bared teeth at the political establishment, most notably in Good Night, And Good Luck, which charted the fierce war of words between crusading journalist Edward R Murrow and divisive Senator Joseph McCarthy.
It's that scrunched-up nose, bared teeth look you usually see on the face of someone who's stepped into an elevator after a bloke who's just broken wind.
Faithless producer Rolo Armstrong is happy to accommodate though this debut's string-laden songs often offer plummy smoothness when bared teeth and more grit would be preferable.
They were identified for us as a pair of increasingly rare Tasmanian devils, the meat-eating, scavenging marsupials exclusive to Tasmania, often depicted with red throat and fiercely bared teeth as an emblem of the island.
Her bared teeth were because the growl didn't work on you so she had to crank it up a notch.
In one instance a piece such as Dancing Green Woman can suggest bared teeth, another time the same piece might seem to portray a curtain moving, each encounter creating a different premise or a new suggestion.