The face is a central sense organ complex, normally on the ventral surface of the head for animals that have one. It can, depending on the definition in the human case, include the hair, forehead, eyebrow, eyelashes, eyes, nose, ears, cheeks, mouth, lips, philtrum, temple, teeth, skin, and chin. The face has uses of expression, appearance, and identity amongst others. It also has different senses like olfaction, taste, hearing, and vision.
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... Face Primer, Come in various formulas to suit individual skin concerns ... Some formulations are meant only for the eye or only for the face ... Foundation, used to smooth out the face and cover spots or uneven skin coloration ...
... A face-off (or faceoff) is the method used to begin play in ice hockey and some other sports ... The linesmen are responsible for all other face-offs ...
... Research has indicated that certain areas of the brain respond particularly well to faces ... The fusiform face area, within the fusiform gyrus, is activated by faces, and it is activated differently for shy and social people ... Furthermore, particular areas respond more to a face that is considered attractive, as seen in another study "Facial beauty evokes a widely distributed neural network involving perceptual, decision-making and reward ...
... Are" – 403 "Moral" – 433 "Stormtrooper in Drag"* (with Paul Gardiner) – 459 "Face to Face"* (with Dramatis, the members of Numan's former backing band) – 346 "Dance"* – 245 "Exhibition ... The track was subsequently replaced by its B-side, "Face to Face", for the subsequent edition of Dance, although it would be included on the 1996 Numan compilation ...
... no neighbors with which it shares only an edge or only a face ... Finally, the face figure is a triangle, so there are 3 octahedra and 3 24-cells meeting at every face ...
Famous quotes containing the word face:
“We live in a time which has created the art of the absurd. It is our art. It contains happenings, Pop art, camp, a theater of the absurd.... Do we have the art because the absurd is the patina of waste...? Or are we face to face with a desperate or most rational effort from the deepest resources of the unconscious of us all to rescue civilization from the pit and plague of its bedding?”
—Norman Mailer (b. 1923)
“Lets face it, there are no plain women on television.”
—Anna Ford (b. 1943)
“My head gripped in bony vise
of knees, the writhing struggle
to wrench free, the blows, the fear
worse than blows that hateful
Words could bring, the face that I
no longer knew or loved. . . .”
—Robert Earl Hayden (19131980)