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face sb.: there are various transf. and fig. uses; of the heavens Mer.V. II. vii. 45, Rom. IV. v. 41 “to see this morning's ,” Sonn. xxxiii. 6; of the earth R2 III. iii. 97 “the flower of England's ,” R3 V. iii. 267 “the earth's cold ” ; of immaterial things (=appearance) John V. ii. 88 “to know the face of right,” Cæs. V. i. 10, Lr. III. i. 20;—phr. “from to foot” Cor. II. ii. 113, “full of ,” (? beautiful, or florid) Per. I. Gower 23, John V. ii. 159 “turn thy ” (=depart).
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