multifaced

multifaced

(ˈmʌltɪˌfeɪst)
adj
having several faces
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However, in terms of pricing, the Suzuki is far more likely to be pitched against the Renault Captur or Nissan Juke, although in terms of style it is following the successful trend set by Citroen with its multifaced DS models.
The Wall itself is not only the Tsoi memory site, but also the place that reveals the significance of multifaced and always changing collective "us" of identified or nameless visitors.
The festival showcases multifaced national heritage,including handicrafts, aiming to protect them from extinction as they reflect humancreativity.
What happened to the glistening multifaced building shown in the architects' impressions prior to construction?
This disastrous setback has revealed just how many-layered and multifaced unification is, which genuinely calls for a liberating imagination as well as innovative new forms of political consciousness.
Siler retired from the United States Air Force in the summer of 2006 after a thirty-year multifaced career in test, evaluation, electronic warfare, intelligence, planning and programming and education and training.
Rives is responsible for caring for the historic multifaced clock near the top of the tower.
Multifaced tooling, rotating in the press, opens the doors for intricate in-mold assembly, decorating, curing, and other steps that eliminate downstream operations.
The Tsudakoma multifaced NC rotary table is for high-production 5th axis applications on horizontal machining centers.
The Anansi is a wily, multifaced creature who survives by trickery and cunning, alternately infuriating and tickling his followers.