marked face

marked face

The front or face side of a piece of lumber.
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Goldsmith had been shy before his illness, and now when people laughed at his pock- marked face he grew more shy and sensitive still.
She had a strongly marked face, her eyes looked straight at you, and though naturally she was imperious in her manner she was nervous at the same time.
He was a man of about fifty, tall, portly, and imposing, with a massive, strongly marked face and a commanding figure.
Marciano had the marked face and broken nose to show for the big blows he took and gave back until his untimely death (if memory does not fail me) in a plane accident.
By contracting the first marked face into an edge, one obtains a map with one less marked face, and a marked edge.
A Warwickshire Police spokeswoman said: "The offender, who ran off emptyhanded, may have a marked face from the impact of the woman's rings.
The suspect is described as a white male, aged 30 years old, 5ft 6in tall, of small build with a pock marked face.
The bruises, those bleeding lips and the marked face are strikingly similar to a picture used some years ago by Women's Aid to illustrate the reality of domestic violence.
He was wearing dark trousers and a heavy padded hooded jacket which covered a pock marked face.
He had short black hair, a pock- marked face and was wearing a black zip-up jacket and jeans.
He is described as white, 5ft 7in, of medium build and with a pock marked face.
One of the attackers is white, in his early 20s, of slim to medium build with ginger hair and a pocked marked face.