stoneface


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Noun1.stoneface - any plant of the genus Lithops native to Africa having solitary yellow or white flowers and thick leaves that resemble stonesstoneface - any plant of the genus Lithops native to Africa having solitary yellow or white flowers and thick leaves that resemble stones
genus Lithops - genus of stemless South African succulents
succulent - a plant adapted to arid conditions and characterized by fleshy water-storing tissues that act as water reservoirs
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Landmarks included are Heron Pond, Camel Rock and Stoneface. One unique picture is a state map consisting of jumping corn genes.
Participants describe how girls strive to navigate the line between "sexy" and "slutty" while boys attempt to be seen as stoic ("Stoneface") and strong.
EVEN Ivan Lendl was caught up in the emotion of Andy Murray's Wimbledon triumph - though the former world No.1 nicknamed 'Stoneface' was never going to admit he cried with joy.
HIS guard dropped and Old Stoneface become a big softie yesterday as tears welled in his eyes and a beaming smile crept across his face.
Murray, a highly emotional man like McEnroe, is a calmer, more positive player with the presence of 'Old Stoneface' Lendl in his box.
Most wishes end up wishy-washy anyway, so I can make nice and tolerate Old Stoneface. (18)
In its 19 years it's birthed several hit shows, most recently Stoneface, Vanessa Claire Stewart's play about the life and times of Buster Keaton, which moved to a contract run at the Pasadena Playhouse.
In those days Lester Piggott combed the skies like a searchlight trying to pinpoint bombers when looking for Derby rides and he swooped to replace Jimmy Bleasdale on Shotgun, but even Old Stoneface, worth a good 7lb around Epsom, could fare no better than fourth behind the spectacular Shergar.
The honoring of "Stoneface's" lifetime of service by returning "his" gun to its rightful owner, regardless of current financial ownership, is as good a symbol for the sense of honor that seems to run stronger through the gun culture than most other groups as I've seen.
he was Commander of the City Guard in those days [...] They called him Old Stoneface" (MA 53).
The subtitle to John Lowe's long-awaited autobiography may sound a tad arrogant: 'Old Stoneface: the autobiography of Britain's greatest darts player' it reads, yet although Lowe admits to regular displays of, "determination, stubbornness and resolve", this is an honest, warts-and-all examination of his life inside and outside of the professional darts circuit.
Known as The Great Stoneface, who starred in the 1927 film The General?