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outface

[′au̇t‚fās]
(geology)
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The agreements that are being created do not simply give traceability systems such as OuTface carte blanche said Nick Albu technology director at OnTrace.
her face, like the face of some Greek statue, showed little thought, her whole body seemed a master-work of long labouring thought, as though a Scopas had measured and calculated, consorted with Egyptian sages, and mathematicians out of Babylon, that he might outface even Artemisia's sepulchral image with a living norm.
They could not outface others forever -- unless those others were black.
One questions Alexander's regard for the reader when, in one of the "Kupenda" poems, a speaker's daughter is admonished to outface her teacher, who asks why she is self-absorbed, "always/iiiiiiiiiii or memememememe.
As usual with Forbes, the trail leads - at breakneck speed - across most of the icy wastes of Europe before the unbeatable duo finally arrive at Romney Marsh, along with the Royal Navy, to outface, outwit and finally exterminate the international criminal (alias The Phantom) bent on taking over first of all Great Britain, then the world.
Kivy loves to poke fun at attempts to formulate what is supposedly "said" by a profound musical work, (such as the suggestion that Beethoven's Fifth says that "the world is threatening and we should try to outface it" (160)), and he would no doubt find my description of what Beethoven's Fifth exemplifies equally banal.
Not only did he outface intense legal proceedings sparked by the infamous -- some say outrageous -- proceedings, which could have seen him gaoled, he treated the crisis as an opportunity to reinvent the Anchor brand.
Surely, Rosalind's declaration as she dons her male disguise in As You Like It succinctly expresses her intuition that gender is performative: "We'll have a swashing and martial outside, / As many other mannish cowards have / That do outface it with their semblances" (1.
Caesar knows he has been caught redhanded, but he attempts to outface Alexander by stating the truth about the source of Alexander's power:
So ARS scientists are using a rapid cooling process called vitrification that is thought to outface the damaging effects of slow cooling.