proper face

proper face

[¦präp·ər ′fās]
(mathematics)
For a simplex, a face whose dimension is strictly less than that of the simplex.
For a convex polytope, the intersection of the convex polytope with one of the hyperplanes enclosing it.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Now, at last, I may get rid of this frightful head; for we were told, you remember, that only the Truth Pond could restore to me my proper face."
This proper face was what he beheld in the looking-glass.
A proper face wash should be used to cleanse your skin depending on the skin type, whether it's dry, oily or a combination of both.
+ Upload random frames of the video stream to your web service and run a proper face recognition software which can find existing photos of you on the internet and create a 3d model based on your face
The PS1,200 price tag one website put on tickets for one of the singer's Glasgow Hydro shows must be some sort of record-breaker, too, at more than 10 times the proper face value.
It is beyond time for the CHP to apologize for many of its past policies, have a proper face lift and reposition itself.
JSP says apart from the massive savings in costs, a Force 8 half-mask with PressToCheck is far more effective than a disposable paper mask, since the unique system enables the wearer to determine whether a proper face fit has been achieved.
The AirSafe automatic safety controller monitors and maintains proper face velocity so accurate balance readings can be ensured without turbulence or vibration.
Accurate alignment marks promote proper face angle at impact and the precision milled face guarantees a perfectly fiat striking surface.
Taking the mirror down is the obvious solution but then I wouldn't be able to put my proper face on so wouldn't dare go out again.