Facing may refer to:
- Facing (machining), a turning operation often carried out on a lathe
- Facing (retail), a common tool in the retail industry to create the look of a perfectly stocked store
- Facing (sewing), fabric applied to a garment edge on the underside
- Facing (band), a postrock / post-hardcore band from Dublin, IRL
Other articles related to "facing":
... draw when released in Argentina in April 1987, Man Facing Southeast received wider acclaim upon its video release later that year ... Little known outside Argentina, Man Facing Southeast received wider exposure upon the 2001 release of Universal Pictures' K-PAX, whose similarity to the ... MSNBC, for their part, commented that "both films are quite similar, though Man Facing Southeast is more ingenious and enigmatic ...
... Facing the Giants was shot on high definition digital video tape and transferred to film ... Facing the Giants is the story of Grant Taylor, a high school football coach with a mediocre record ...
... Paper Shepherd"– 356 (Facing New York) "With a Grain of Salt"– 357 (Amity) "Today (It Ends)"– 426 (Facing New York) "This Song Is Low Carb"– 251 (Amity) "Roman Son ...
... When she is facing to the left or to the right, her breasts and ponytail clearly define the direction she is facing, although there is ambiguity in which leg is ... However, as she moves away from facing to the left (or from facing to the right), the dancer can be seen (by different viewers, not by a single individual ... close to each other (both left, say, but one facing slightly forward, the other facing slightly backward) but they become further and further away from each other until we reach a position where ...
... Scoring is as follows All 7 facing down – 7 points 1 facing up, 6 facing down – 11 points 2 facing up, 5 facing down – 2 points 3 facing up, 4 facing down – 3 points 4 facing up, 3 facing ...
Famous quotes containing the word facing:
“You know all my life Ive hated funerals. The fuss and bother never brings anybody back. It just spoils remembering them as they really are. And when I see people actually facing it that way, I have to act like a sap.”
—Jules Furthman (18881960)
“Stupidity, outrage, vanity, cruelty, iniquity, bad faith, falsehoodwe fail to see the whole array when it is facing in the same direction as we.”
—Jean Rostand (18941977)
“Biographical data, even those recorded in the public registers, are the most private things one has, and to declare them openly is rather like facing a psychoanalyst.”
—Italo Calvino (19231985)