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full-faced

adj
1. having a round full face
2. Also: full face facing towards the viewer, with the entire face visible
3. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) another name for bold face
ˈfullˈface n, adv
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Developed by GOLLabs, the companys innovation laboratory, this solution is based on technology from FullFace Biometric Solutions.
[8] puts forward a new deep-shallow coupling using a fullface bolt grouting support technology system with a "hollow grouting anchor cable and high strength grouting bolt" core.
If you're blessed with a smooth face with few blemishes, dabbing the No Concealer Concealer on areas you want to brighten does the trick sans the need for fullface coverage.
Built in Vietnam to keep the price down, and aimed fair and square at taking on the market-leading Honda PCX 125, it scores over its Japanese rival by having ABS, room for two fullface helmets under the seat and a 16in front wheel compared to the Honda's 14in.
Fullface masks conferring FFP3-level protection (i.e., filtering >99% of airborne particles) would be available for those performing high-risk procedures.
Other Northern cities followed similar policies and, in some cases, teachers wearing fullface veils were required to remove them (Lewis 2004).
Travis was wearing a fullface helmet made of carbon fiber.
A 22-year-old essex man won and wife sarah the runner-up prize of a fullface Botox treatment, which he offered it to his girlfriend.
They are seeking pounds 10,000 in damages and a ruling that the ban on the fullface veil is "unnecessary, disproportionate and unlawful".
fullface photograph or digital image of the identification card holder
You can still fit a fullface helmet plus an open-faced one under the seat, or all your waterproofs plus a computer screen and laptop, as I managed to do.