multifaced

multifaced

(ˈmʌltɪˌfeɪst)
adj
having several faces
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ADAMTS-12: a multifaced metalloproteinase in arthritis and inflammation.
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.
If you're one of the game's hordes of playersmostly male, largely nerdy, making Fear of Girls the perfect title for a recent comedic spoof of the archetypeyou're probably already sinking into a bog of warm nostalgia, conjuring images of sleepless nights spent rolling multifaced, colorful dice and worrying about Orcs.
Furthermore, studies on the effect of multifaced tunnelling in water bearing soft ground by Yoo and Kim [12] revealed that the presence of a structure tends to reduce surface settlement by 15-25% compared to green field conditions.
Yet I am told by Islamists that without shedding the multifaced heritage, if not outrightly rejecting it, I cannot be considered a true Muslim".
The festival showcases multifaced national heritage,including handicrafts, aiming to protect them from extinction as they reflect humancreativity.
de Blois stresses that religious law stresses inter alia communal values and a submission to authority within hierarchical structures: religious law may have a multifaced character, in the developing democratic process principles derived from religious law, and the focus of the contents of the law is on equality and individual autonomy.
SBS is the examination process of the System for Attending Secondary School, which aims to conduct a multifaced assessment and evaluation of the students.
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.