Dissatisfied with the pacific aspect of a face which had no more than the faintest hint of flaxen eyebrow, together with a pair of amiable blue-gray eyes and round pink cheeks that refused to look formidable, let him frown as he would before the looking-glass (Philip had once told him of a man who had a horseshoe frown, and Tom had tried with all his frowning might to make a horseshoe on his forehead), he had had recourse to that unfailing source of the terrible, burnt cork, and had made himself a pair of black eyebrows that met in a satisfactory manner over his nose, and were matched by a less carefully adjusted blackness about the chin.
Frowning with a double amount of intention, if not of corrugation, he (carefully) drew the sword from its sheath, and pointed it at Maggie.
Miss Polly rose with frowning
face and closely-shut lips.
After a moment's pause on the threshold, peering towards the window with her near-sighted scowl, as if frowning
down some bitter enemy, she suddenly projected herself into the shop.
Fentolin exclaimed, frowning
, "are you the person who removed that key?
said Boris, thinking Rostov had said "His Highness," and pointing to the Grand Duke who with his high shoulders and frowning
brows stood a hundred paces away from them in his helmet and Horse Guards' jacket, shouting something to a pale, white uniformed Austrian officer.
And now you've got the PM doing sincere frowning
in his PS12.
It takes just 30 milliseconds (thousandths of a second) for your brain to recognise and respond to others' emotional expressions, such as smiling or frowning
Total quantity or scope: Lot # 1 blackout curtains 8300, frowning
Sheers 5200 450 Sheers tight, PVC Rods 4000, Rods rail 400, aluminum rods 100 50 Venetian Blinds, Blinds vertical blades 50.
London, July 25 ( ANI ): Japanese researchers have developed a system, which is capable of manipulating your emotions and personal preferences by presenting you with an image of your own smiling or frowning
The proposition of the dimensional version that smiling can increase a positive affective state, whereas frowning
can increase a negative affective state is commonly supported (for reviews, see Adelmann & Zajonc, 1989; Izard, 1990; Laird, 1984; Manstead, 1988; McIntosh, 1996; Winton, 1986).
Who have a picture taken outside a library (in case we're struggling to imagine what one looks like), frowning