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  • 1 face to face — adverb 1. ) in a situation where you are meeting and talking to another person directly: It would be better if we talked face to face. come face to face with someone: I came face to face with his mother. meet (someone) face to face: They met face …

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  • 2 Face to Face (The-Kinks-Album) — Face To Face Studioalbum von The Kinks Veröffentlichung 28. Oktober 1966 Label Pye Records …

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  • 3 Face To Face (The Kinks) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Face to Face. Face to Face est un album de pop rock du groupe britannique The Kinks datant de 1966. Sommaire 1 Contexte 2 …

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  • 4 Face to face (the kinks) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Face to Face. Face to Face est un album de pop rock du groupe britannique The Kinks datant de 1966. Sommaire 1 Contexte 2 …

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  • 5 come face to face with someone — come face to face with (someone) to suddenly meet someone by chance. As I was going into the restaurant, I came face to face with my ex husband who was just leaving …

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  • 6 come face to face with — (someone) to suddenly meet someone by chance. As I was going into the restaurant, I came face to face with my ex husband who was just leaving …

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  • 7 come face to face with something — come face to face with (something) to see or experience a problem for the first time. It was only after I started working for the charity that I came face to face with poverty …

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  • 8 come face to face with — (something) to see or experience a problem for the first time. It was only after I started working for the charity that I came face to face with poverty …

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  • 9 come face to face — index meet Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 10 come face to face with — index confront (encounter) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 11 face to face — UK / US adverb 1) in a situation where you are meeting and talking to another person directly It would be better if we talked face to face. come face to face with someone: I came face to face with his mother. meet (someone) face to face: They met …

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  • 12 Face to Face (punk band) — This article is about the punk rock band. For the new wave band of the same name, see Face to Face (new wave band). Face to Face Face to Face performing on the 2010 Warped Tour Backgr …

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  • 13 Face to Face (The Kinks) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Face to Face. Face to Face Album par The Kinks Sortie 28 octobre 1966 Enregistrement 23 octobre 1965 – 21 juin 1966 …

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  • 14 Face to Face (The Kinks) — The Kinks – Face To Face Veröffentlichung 28. Oktober 1966 Label Pye Records Format(e) CD, LP Genre(s) Rock Anzahl der Titel 14 Laufzeit 38 min 31 s …

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  • 15 Face to Face (The Kinks album) — Infobox Album | Name = Face to Face Type = studio Artist = The Kinks Released = 28 October 1966 7 December, 1966 (USA) Recorded = 23 October 1965 – 21 June 1966 Genre = Rock, Pop, British Invasion Length = 38:31 Label = Pye Records (UK) Reprise… …

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  • 16 Face to Face — Эта статья не соответствует минимальным требованиям к статьям о музыкальных релизах. Пожалуйста, ознакомьтесь с правилом и …

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  • 17 bring someone face to face with something — bring (someone) face to face with (something) come face to face with (something) to see or experience a problem for the first time. They were brought face to face with the fact that their son was a drug addict when he took an overdose …

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  • 18 bring someone face to face with — bring (someone) face to face with (something) come face to face with (something) to see or experience a problem for the first time. They were brought face to face with the fact that their son was a drug addict when he took an overdose …

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  • 19 bring face to face with something — bring (someone) face to face with (something) come face to face with (something) to see or experience a problem for the first time. They were brought face to face with the fact that their son was a drug addict when he took an overdose …

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  • 20 bring face to face with — bring (someone) face to face with (something) come face to face with (something) to see or experience a problem for the first time. They were brought face to face with the fact that their son was a drug addict when he took an overdose …

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