open-faced

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o·pen-faced

(ō′pən-fāst′)
adj.
1. Having a face that seems to exhibit honesty and sincerity.
2. Having a side uncovered: an open-faced sandwich.

open-faced

adj
1. having an ingenuous expression
2. (Horology) (of a watch) having no lid or cover other than the glass
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If you had any doubt that an open-face sandwich is suitable and filling enough for dinner, this one is bound to convince you.
will consist of heavy cocktails including Jamon Serrano, roasted US beef belly, salmon pasta and a selection of bite-size, open-face sandwiches.
Neon Pig in Tupelo serves an Osso Buco open-face taco with slaw, homemade pickles, and their "White Gold" sauce.
A pair comes on a plate swirled with an herb/oil mix; when you cut into a piece of this little open-face sandwich you get an herbaceous and refreshing bite.
Open-face tacos are served on soft tortillas with ingredients piled on top and plates sit on aluminum platters.
Price: PS400 6Of course, what you really need when riding a Harley, or any bike with a more retro feel, is a good open-face helmet.
Of course, what you really need when riding a Harley or any bike with a more retro feel, is a good open-face helmet.
It provides safety features that are a must in any active production facility The open-face "handle" design is easy to grab for hose positioning and the safety yellow coating is easy to clean and hard to miss.
Tungsten lighting is available in two configurations: open-face and closed-face.
With the announcement of this partnership, Vega's popular range of novelty's, open-face, full-face, off-road and street biker helmets will be available for sale online at Carkhana.
The Front Steer Boring Unit (FSBU) is equipped with an open-face cutting wheel allowing for the excavation of hard ground up to 100 blow counts/12-inches.
VisuALIF is the first modular lumbar interbody device with an open-face allowing in situ graft placement, tactile feedback with face plate attachment and device placement flush with the anterior aspect of the vertebrae, SpineSmith added.