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outface

[′au̇t‚fās]
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Eisenhower, relying on his own military expertise, began his address to the nation with a review of technological advances in warfare: "Now, this transfer of power, this increase of power from a single musket and a little canon, all the way to the hydrogen bomb in a single lifetime, is indicative of the things that have happened to us." But our real concern should focus on the fact that "advances in science have outfaced our social consciousness, how much more we have developed scientifically than we are capable of handling emotionally and intellectually." The bomb was "merely a dramatic symbol" of our worries.
AS someone with strong ties to Cuba, I am delighted to see the anti-Castros outfaced at last.
Pose is given shape, gesture adumbrated, within a coherent, an internally complexified, universe of thought, one in which the cultivation of alertness and equanimity is greatly valued, and through that, of calm, poise and dignity, without which, the Javanese consider, the difficulties of life cannot be outfaced.
Now that the Church of England has finally outfaced opposition to the ordination of women, the lessons learnt from repeated ecumenical failures may bear fruit.