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  • With Tape On His Face and, more recently, as Tape Face. He was also half of the two-person act Spitroast and sometimes performed under his own name, Sam
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  • side of his face after mob boss Sal Maroni throws acidic chemicals at him during a court trial. He subsequently goes insane and adopts the "Two-Face" persona
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  • The face is the front of an animal's head that features three of the head's sense organs, the eyes, nose, and mouth, and through which animals express
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  • A face transplant is a medical procedure to replace all or part of a person's face using tissue from a donor. The world's first partial face transplant
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  • The Boy Who Lost His Face (ISBN 0-679-88622-2) is a novel by Louis Sachar. The story focuses on a group of young boys. One of them (David), joining in
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  • Resting bitch face, also known as RBF, or bitchy resting face (BRF), is a facial expression that unintentionally appears as if a person is angry, annoyed
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  • "Face Off" is the thirteenth episode and season finale of the fourth season of the American television drama series Breaking Bad, and the 46th overall
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  • alias George Nelson and Baby Face Nelson, was an American bank robber. He was given the nickname Baby Face Nelson due to his small stature and somewhat
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  • (1965), James Bond, while dancing with his enemy’s mistress Domino, tells her “I’ve grown accustomed to your face” Kermit the Frog performed this song several
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  • "The Doors of His Face, the Lamps of His Mouth" is a science fiction novelette by Roger Zelazny. Originally published in the March 1965 issue of The Magazine
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  • unexpectedly awakens from his coma and discovers his face missing. He calls his gang, and they force Dr. Walsh to transplant Archer's face onto him. Troy then
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  • spite the face" is an expression to describe a needlessly self-destructive over-reaction to a problem: "Don't cut off your nose to spite your face" is a warning
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  • "I Just Want to See His Face" is a song by English rock band the Rolling Stones featured on their 1972 release Exile on Main St. It is credited to Mick
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  • the personality, mental state and habits of a person by looking at his or her face. His talents bring him to the royal courts where he becomes involved in
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  • A facial tattoo is a tattoo located on the bearer's face or head. Originally taboo, socially unacceptable, and considered extreme in body art, this style
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  • Blackface (redirect from Black face)
    Dee, who plays his character's daughter in the film. A 2012 Popchips commercial showing actor Ashton Kutcher with brown make-up on his face impersonating
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  • five penalty kicks with his face (one of which happens to deflect off the crossbar and into his face) during the final shootout. His efforts help lead Yale
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  • Congregation of the Benedictine Sisters of the Reparation of the Holy Face. In his address to this Congregation, Pope John Paul II referred to such Acts
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  • The Doors of His Face, The Lamps of His Mouth is a collection of science fiction short stories by American writer Roger Zelazny, and the title of the first
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  • Facepalm (redirect from Face palm)
    facepalm is the physical gesture of placing one's hand across one's face or lowering one's face into one's hand or hands, covering or closing one's eyes. The
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