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.
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.