Face clearance | Article about face clearance by The Free Dictionary
The distance between the face of a panel or light of glass and the nearest face of its retaining frame or stop, measured normal to the plane of the panel or glass.
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She estimates up to 60 million people face clearance
from their land due to biofuel production.
The UN estimates 60 million people worldwide face clearance
from their land to make way for biofuel plantations.