• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n White-face A white mark in the forehead of a horse, descending almost to the nose; -- called also white-blaze.
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In literature:

Pete's letter had reached him, and she could see his white face.
"The Manxman A Novel - 1895" by Hall Caine
He caught a glimpse of Anina's white face as she stood there where he had left her.
"The Fire People" by Ray Cummings
And now I can see her white face!
"The Woman from Outside" by Hulbert Footner
The white face showed the nervous strain.
"The Opened Shutters" by Clara Louise Burnham
She stared at him with white face, full of horror and fear and loathing.
"Frank of Freedom Hill" by Samuel A. Derieux
There stood in the entrance a tall man, with a broad white face and expressionless eyes.
"The Secret House" by Edgar Wallace
He spoke at first with unnatural vigour, a faint flush of fever lighting his white face, his voice quivering yet penetrating.
"The Clansman" by Thomas Dixon
Lucilla's heart beat tumultuously, her face turned white.
"A Sheaf of Corn" by Mary E. Mann
Tom Curtis stared anxiously at his watch and smiled into her white face.
"Madge Morton's Victory" by Amy D.V. Chalmers
There were no insects abroad except the white-faced pine hornets, crawling stiffly across the moss.
"A Young Man in a Hurry" by Robert W. Chambers

In poetry:

My true love's face is white as mist
That moons have lingered on,
Yet rosy as a cloud, sun-kissed--
I think it is the Dawn.
"The Lost Name" by Isabel Ecclestone Mackay
Bow while the Body passes--Nay,
Fall on your knees, and weep, and pray!
Weep, weep--I would ye might--
Your poor, black faces white!
"Abraham Lincoln: An Horatian Ode" by Richard Henry Stoddard
So wore night; the East was gray,
White the broad-faced hemlock-flowers:
There would be another day;
Ere its first of heavy hours
Found me, I had passed away.
"A Serenade At The Villa" by Robert Browning
She charmed him with the white witchcraft,
She charmed him with the black,
But he turned his fair young face to the wall,
Till she heard his heart-strings crack.
"The Priest's Heart" by Charles Kingsley
I see your red-gold hair and know
How white the hidden skin must be,
Though sun-kissed face and fingers show
The fervour of the noon-day glow,
The keenness of the sea.
"From Behind The Lattice" by Laurence Hope
God! I never want to see
Any face so wrung with pain,
Nor to hear such blasphemy
Ever in my life again.
White he was, an' starey-eyed,
With his hand pressed to his side.
"The Reaper in the Bush" by C J Dennis

In news:

In a cruel fate, the White Sox are making a rare postseason appearance and the guy who's been the face of the team can only cheerlead.
On Tuesday voters will either re-elect Carol White Millhoan or put a new face in the courtroom, Dave Todaro.
New Roles, New Faces At White Light .
An eighth-grader at Saginaw Township's White Pine Middle School could face criminal charges after employees found marijuana in his locker this week, Saginaw Township police said.
White-faced capuchin monkey born at Jungle Island.
BSL's Mayor White faced multiple harassment allegations as police chief.
The groom is nervous, his face as white as his new shirt.
AP Photo/Charles Rex ArbogastRich Hahn faces several big decisions in his first offseason as White Sox general manager.
Kobylarz had visited the White House last year as part of a delegation of Michigan representatives to discuss issues facing older suburbs and communities , but did not get a chance to meet Obama.
'Whiteness is constantly thrown in our face'.
Kevin White facing several charges, including robbery.
Voters this year will choose United States senators who will face tough policy choices regardless of who wins the White House.
Mary Fallin was one of six governors who met with President Barack Obama at the White House on Tuesday morning to discuss concerns with the "fiscal cliff" facing the federal budget.
What is it about face-to-face negotiations with the Iranians that the White House might consider damaging.
White Talks About the Changing Face of the Yeiser Art Center.

In science:

In the Bouttier–Di Francesco–Guitter bijection, a (rooted and pointed) planar map m corresponds to a mobile θ(m) in such a way that each face of m is associated with a black vertex of θ(m) and each vertex of m (with the exception of the distinguished vertex v∗ ) is associated with a white vertex of θ(m).
Scaling limits of random planar maps with large faces
Color in black the vertices of O and insert a white vertex in each face of O. • Around each vertex v of O draw a non-oriented edge from any corner c which follows an ingoing edge in clockwise order around v to the white vertex in the face containing c.
A bijection for triangulations, quadrangulations, pentagulations, etc
Indeed, a white vertex wf of M has an exposed white corner if and only if it corresponds to a face f of O incident to the root-vertex b.
A bijection for triangulations, quadrangulations, pentagulations, etc
We view B as embedded on the sphere, with the vertices of B colored white, and we place a black vertex bf in each face f .
A bijection for triangulations, quadrangulations, pentagulations, etc
In any case, the ∗-connected component of white cells, if it exists, must be of size at least 1/r in order to reach two opposite faces.
Connectivity threshold for Bluetooth graphs