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face-to-face

(jargon, chat)
(F2F, IRL) Used to describe personal interaction in real life as opposed to via some digital or electronic communications medium.
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Even so, the son of Amphitryon, unsated of battle, stood eagerly face to face with Ares, nursing courage in his heart.
Learning online is, of course, not the same as learning face to face, and that is likely good news for anyone who can recall an hour lost listening to an interminable lecture in an overheated classroom.
Design the materials of the teaching and learning module, either in terms of content, online or face to face instructional.
Gender breakdown of result reveals that 87 percent males felt that it was better to carry out monetary transactions on a face to face basis while the same response was given by 84 percent of the females.
"I've had my eye on Paul forsome time," said Mike Sands, chief creative officer of Face to Face. "He's one of the truly great international creative talents around." Barrass joins Face to Face during a period of new business success, with accounts such as Garmin, The Select Group, and Aldar Academies picked up so far this year.
However, it is important that a scheme which purports to ensure better standards in face to face energy sales also has a strong focus on the responsibility of energy retailers themselves to comply with the Energy Assured standards beyond disciplining individual sales agents.
Wiederhold, PhD, MBA, BCB, BCN, Editor-in-Chief of Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, from the Interactive Media Institute, San Diego, CA, said in a press release that results appear to indicate that initial exposure to an individual via Facebook may have a negative impact on consequent face to face encounters with that individual for those with high social anxiety.
Face to Face with Trudy Nicks: Sovereign Allies/Living Cultures: First Nations of the Great Lakes
He said: "Do you know that face to face contact and advice in careers is absolutely essential?
Using the Face to Face program, a service that connects family members with their hospitalized loved ones, Marine Corps Sgt.
Analyses of data collected showed that the face to face instruction model produced the highest student outcomes on all three types of measures--basic skills, academic skills, and affective skills Students who had received direct instruction performed well not only on measures of basic skills but also in more advanced skills including reading comprehension and math problem-solving.
It's the most effective tool we've found and it's very easy to scale up," said Owen Watkins, global fundraising specialist, face to face, for UNICEE "The beauty of face-to-face fundraising is that it's just not intellectually difficult.