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Chuck Norris hat das beste Poker-Face aller Zeiten. Es half ihm, 1983 die Poker-Weltmeisterschaften zu gewinne...

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a face as long as a fiddle A fair face may hide a foul heart! A mask tells us more than a face. a room which faces the sea about face All art is at once surface and symbol. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God mo... and, when he shall die, // Take him and cut him out in little starres, // And he will make the Face of heaven ... as plain as day/as the nose in your face/as pikestaff as plain as the nose in your face at face level at face value at the face bare-faced lie be faced with before her face below the face value Blood surged to his face brazen-faced Chuck Norris owns the greatest Poker Face of all-time. It helped him win the 1983 World Series of Poker despit... double faced adhesive tape face a choice face-off fair in the face full-faced Get out of my face! hard-faced He answered facetiously He has a face as long as a fiddle He looked such a sight that it was impossible for us to keep a straight face He puts a good face on the matter He was faced with ruin He’s two-faced Her anger was writ large in her face His anger was written large in his face His face broadened into a grin His face fell His face is a picture His face was a perfect study I am willing to face/respond to new challenges I just have to come face to face with the fact that I am not gifted I landed him one in the face I must face up to the fact that I’m never going to be promoted in this organisation I take that at face value I took him at his face value In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness ... in-your-face It’s good to finally put a face to the name Let’s face it Let’s face it! Let’s face the facts Little or nothing connects left-wing terrorism with the religious fundamentalist-style terrorism we are faced ... loss of face May the face of every good news and the back of every bad news be toward to us May the road rise to meet you. - May the wind be always at your back. - May the sun shine warm upon your face.... minimum face value My brother faces/is faced with/is facing the biggest challenge of this career O serpent heart, hid with a flowring face! // Did ever dragon keepe so faire a cave? on the face of it On the face of it, you are right One of those characteristic British faces that, once seen, are never remembered. pizzaface poker face pudding-face pug-face Rough surface She had egg on her face shitface shitfaced Stop being facetious, we have a serious topic to discuss take something at face value That rock-face is just asking to be climbed up That’s as plain as the nose on your face The country is faced with serious difficulties The expression on her face did not bode well The light was shining in my face The new passports will include a chip storing a digital image of the passport holder’s face The road accident left his face disfigured The room faces north Those who go beneath the surface do so at their peril. to about-face to accept something at face value to accept/take something at face value to be faced with a riddle to be faced with ruin to be flat on one’s face to be like a slap in the face to be puffy-faced to be red-faced to be two-faced to come face to face with death to disappear/vanish off the face of the earth to face a choice to face a crucial decision to face a difficulty to face Morton’s fork to face problems to face reality to face someone square on to face the music to face up to face up to to face up to someone/something to face up to the facts to face with fait accompli to fall flat on one’s face to fill one’s face to fly in someone’s face to fly in the face of logic to get egg on one’s face to go red in the face to have a face as long as a fiddle to have a face like the back of a bus to have a stupid look on one’s face to keep a straight face to laugh in someone’s face to look death in the eye/face to loose one’s face to lose one’s face to make a face at someone to make a long face to make faces to paint one’s face to play kissy face to pull a face to pull a long face to pull a wry face to put a good face on a matter/on things to put on a face to read someone’s face to read someone’s face like a book to save one’s face to say something to someone’s face to scratch beneath the surface to scratch the surface to screw up one’s face to set one’s face against someone to show one’s face to shut the door in someone’s face to slam the door in somebody’s face to slap someone’s face to spite one’s face to stuff one’s face to take at face value to take something at face value to talk oneself black in the face to talk until one is blue in the face to wipe from the face of the earth until one is blue in the face Until you’re blue in the face! with one’s face at half past eight You can talk until you’re blue in the face! You can’t see your hand in front of your face You got us into deep crap, now face the music! You ought to have seen his face You’ll laugh on the other side of your face You’ve done wrong, you’ll have to face the music

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