face boss

face boss

[′fās ‚bȯs]
(mining engineering)
A foreman in charge of operations at the working face in a bituminous coal mine.
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City Of Liverpool FC will be looking to go up in the Hallmark Security League Premier Division, where they could face boss Simon Burton's former club Runcorn Town, who are pictured in action against Padiham PAUL WATSON
The mine foreman and face boss were present and knew about the conditions.
So we can only applaud Chris Ashton for turning up to face boss Martin Johnson at England training this morning.
This time it was the Pilgrims who trudged off the pitch feeling their pockets had been picked to face boss Holloway whose autobiography is published today and surely won't include a late chapter extolling the virtues of his side's defending in the final 20 minutes here.
TROUBLE AHEAD: Gabriel Heinze will face boss Fergie's wrath next week; TALKS: Sir Alex Ferguson
In other games, Chelsea face boss Jose Mourinho's old club Porto over two legs in February and March, Manchester United have a chance to set the record straight against last season's betes noires Lille, while Arsenal face Dutch leaders PSV Eindhoven.
The Tynecastle side looked a dispirited bunch as they trudged up the tunnel to face boss Jim Jefferies' wrath at half-time.
But The North Face boss Keith Byrne said: "The fact they resist odour build-up is sure to appeal to blokes everywhere who may be slightly challenged in the washing-machine department
HITMAN Craig McPherson bagged a stunning goal then admitted he was terrified to face boss Ian McCall.