Black-faced

Related to Black-faced: Black faced impala

Black´-faced`


a.1.Having a black, dark, or gloomy face or aspect.
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I had paused half way through the hatchway, looking back, still astonished beyond measure at the grotesque ugliness of this black-faced creature.
The black-faced man, howling in a singular voice rolled about under the feet of the dogs.
What SHIP was it, Horrocks, and when did you kill?" "One of the black-faced Scotch, Sir Pitt: we killed on Thursday.
Curly and he were taken below by Perrault and turned over to a black-faced giant called Francois.
Three globally endangered black-faced spoonbills (Platalea minor) were seen flying over Bangkung Malapad islet in Sasmuan town, Pampanga province, on Jan.
What are featured include species that call Taiwan home, such as Lanyu's elegant scops-owl, the Magellan birdwing butterflies black-faced spoonbills , leopard cats green sea turtles , and more, said art director of the show Agi Chen .
According to a report by South China Morning Post, the skit showed a black-faced Chinese woman with big fake buttocks in order to represent an African character. The skit wanted to showcase China's relation with African nations and was broadcasted during the 2018 CCTV New Year's Gala, also known as the Spring Festival Gala - a yearly show broadcasted to celebrate Lunar New Year and is watched by nearly 800 million viewers.
She described the golly - a black-faced smiling doll with a red jacket and striped trousers - as "offensive".
In the austral summer of 2011, in the rural arca of Villarrica county, southern Chile (39[degrees]16'S, 72[degrees]19'W), 7 black-faced ibis juveniles (approximately 4 months old) were observed in the field with weakness; they were unable to follow the group and struggling to take flight.
The theft of the black-faced Swaledale sheep, taken from the farm in Bellingham, was discovered late last week.
OFF IT GOES A snail in Kielder Forest, by Ruth Daverson FEELING SHEEPISH A black-faced lamb by Lyle Stout SPECTACULAR Andrew Charlton took this shot of the Tyne Bridge