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The two men faced each other across the table.
I turned to face the sun.
The building faces onto a busy road.
Keep your hands by your sides with the palms facing inwards.
My dining room faces north.
How to combine a career and children is a dilemma facing many women.
The country is now faced with the prospect of war.
Many of the shipyard workers face losing their jobs.
We have to face the reality that, so far, the treaty has had little effect.
I decided I must face up to the truth.
She had to face the fact that she still missed him.
I’ll never be able to face her again after what happened.
Torquay face Liverpool on Saturday.