left face

left face

n.
A military command to turn 90 degrees to the left.
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Sergeant Cuff and I were left face to face, at the bottom of the steps.
The crowd parted on each side of him and he was left face to face with Nastasia Philipovna, three paces from her.
When Tom and East were left face to face, they looked at one another for a minute, Tom puzzled, and East chokefull of fun, and then burst into a roar of laughter.
In his Facebook post, Cebu City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office (CCDRRMO) head Nagiel Banacia said the victim sustained gunshot wounds in her head and left face.
The bullet grazed through Delator's left face while Siso was hit on his right shoulder.
THE father of a man left face down in a lake by firefighters as it was above ankle deep yesterday criticised the service's health and safety rules.
But those that are left face disease unless action is taken promptly to provide them with shelter, food and clean water.
The 68-year-old farmer was bound hand and foot and left face down in his rundown house.