This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience. Learn more

face-to-face

face-to-face Sentence Examples

  • When she talked to people, she liked to do it face to face.

  • It was then I came to realize he killed in the dark, not face to face with his victim.

  • Jennifer never saw her natural father face-to-face and gave the impression she didn't give a flip.

  • Can we set aside some time in the evenings and do this face-to-face?

  • She pressed herself against the warm, humming swamp cooler and turned a corner, only to come face to face with Gabriel again.

  • She spun, the action rocking her precarious balance, only to come face-to-face with the American nerd.

  • If I was going to kill the bastard, I'd do it face to face!

  • You didn't make out too well the first time you tried a face to face.

  • When there's a major drug buy, nobody trusts anyone else—especially face to face.

  • One minute he'd be drinking in the beauty of the countryside and the next feeling a wave of anxiety, realizing what had begun as a mild suspicion was close to culminating in a face-to-face confrontation with Jeffrey Byrne.

  • He squeezed through the opening and shielded his eyes, face-to-face with Rissa.

  • Jessi whirled and ran, only to come face-to-face with him once more.

  • Replying on the 9th of April 1878 to interpellations by Visconti-Venosta and other deputies on the impending Congress of Berlin, he appeared free from apprehension lest I Italy, isolated, might find herself face to face with a change of the balance of power in the Mediterranean, and declared that in the event of serious complications Italy would be too much sought after rather than too niuch forgotten.

  • After some preliminary manoeuvres the two armies drew up face to face on the left bank of the Roneo, the Spanish left and the French right resting on this river.

  • O'Neill's chief need was supplies for his forces, and failing to obtain them from Monck he turned once more to Ormonde and the Catholic confederates, with whom he prepared to co-operate more earnestly when Cromwell's arrival in Ireland in August 1649 brought the Catholic party face to face with serious danger.

  • The extraordinary architectural skill, the sanitary and hydraulic science revealed in details of the building, bring us at the same time face to face with the power of mechanical invention with which Daedalus was credited.

  • Shortly before starting for the Russian expedition Napoleon vainly tried to reassure the merchants and financiers of France then face to face with a sharp financial crisis.

  • Venice was now brought face to face with the Franks under their powerful sovereign, who soon showed that he intended to claim the lagoons as part of his new kingdom.

  • Fourteen months later (February 1854) Great Britain renounced sovereignty over the farmers settled beyond the Orange, and Moshesh found himself face to face with the newly constituted Free State.

  • The ferry-man of Ut-Napishtim brings him safely through these waters, despite the difficulties and dangers of the voyage, and at last the hero finds himself face to face with Ut-Napishtim.

  • During the long reign of Sigismund (1387-1437) Hungary was brought face to face with the Turkish peril in its most threatening shape, and all the efforts of the king were directed Turkish Turks crossed the Hellespont from Asia Minor and p began that career of conquest which made them the terror of Europe for the next three centuries.

  • Large bodies of infantry with a fair proportion of guns still remained on shore on the 17th, but of these roughly half - about io,000 men and a number of guns in each area - were removed that night, so that on the 18th only a meagre force, composed almost wholly of infantry and disposed almost entirely in the trenches, was holding a long front face to face with a numerically far stronger enemy.

  • The three were now face to face for the first time.

  • He now made up his mind to study the real wilderness in its gloom and vastness, and to meet face to face the dusky warriors of the Stone Age.

  • In Umbrian villages on Easter Sunday the images of Jesus and His Mother are carried in rival processions from their respective chapels, and are made to bow when they meet face to face.

  • Secondly, it means that the actual development of ecclesiastical doctrine began, not from the Apostolic consciousness itself, but from a far lower level, that of the inadequate consciousness of the subapostolic Church, even when face to face with their written words.

  • - While the Eastern Church was stereotyping those peculiar characteristics which made her a thing apart, the Church of the West was brought face to face with the greatest revolution that Europe has ever experienced.

  • A starved and decimated population stood face to face with difficulties, not only on every frontier but indeed to some extent within the borders of the State itself.

  • Finally, in the spirit of Plato's Phaedo and the dialogue Eudemus, the Protrepticus holds that the soul is bound to the sentient members of the body as prisoners in Etruria are bound face to face with corpses; whereas the later view of the De Anima is that the soul is the vital principle of the body and the body the necessary organ of the soul.

  • was left face to face with an extraordinarily skilful, adroit, and unscrupulous antagonist.

  • Beyond all question Hume, in endeavouring to answer this problem, is brought face to face with one of the difficulties inherent in his conception of conscious experience.

  • For in the problem of real cognition he is brought face to face with the characteristic feature of knowledge, distinction of self from matters known, and reference of transitory states to permanent objects or relations.

  • At the conference of ministers which met at Vienna, on the 20th of November, for the purpose of developing and completing the Federal Act of the congress of Vienna, Metternich found himself face to face with a more formidable opposition than at Carlsbad.

  • died, and the new king was face to face with a constitutional crisis.

  • As a matter of fact, however, though the armies under Frederick and Joseph were face to face in the field, the affair was settled without actual fighting; Maria Theresa, fearing the chances of another struggle with Prussia, overruled her son at the last moment, and by the treaty of Teschen agreed to be content with the cession of the Quarter of the Inn (Innviertel) and some other districts.

  • 303 igainst the Christians, and those which succeeded it, were rigorously carried out in Egypt, where Paganism was still;trong and face to face with a strong and united church.

  • The severance of the colonies from their allegiance to the crown brought the English bishops for the first time face to face with the idea of an Anglican Church which should have nothing to do either with the royal supremacy or with British nationality.

  • (1509) left James face to face with his blustering brother-in-law, Henry VIII.

  • In the same year, taking advantage of the general anarchy, Ebroin and Leger left the cloister and soon found themselves once more face to face.

  • A hero, who was probably originally intended to demonstrate the failure of the vacillating temperament when brought face to face with the problems of art, proved ill-adapted to demonstrate those precepts for the guidance of life with which the Lehrjahre closes; unstable of purpose, Wilhelm Meister is not so much an illustration of the author's life-philosophy as a lay-figure on which he demonstrates his views.

  • Seleucus reigned in Syria from 312 to 280 B.C., Chandragupta in the Gangetic valley from 321 to 296 B.C. In 312 B.C. the power of both had been consolidated, and the two new sovereignties were brought face to face.

  • The value of the letters lies in the fact that in them we get behind Cicero and are face to face with the other dramatis personae; also that we are admitted behind the scenes and read the secret history of the times.

  • In 639 the armies of Syria and Irak were face to face in Mesopotamia.

  • To plead loyalty or honest political conviction in defence of his Medicean partianship is now impossible, face to face with the opinions expressed in the Ricordi politici and the Storia Fiorentina.

  • The courage that is born of knowledge, the calm strength begotten by a positive attitude of mind, face to face with the dominant over-shadowing Sphinx of theology, were lacking.

  • The Indian yogi fasts till he sees face to face all the gods of his Pantheon; the Indian magician fasts twelve days before producing rain or working any cure.

  • The Bogomils fasted till they saw the Trinity face to face.

  • They bear in themselves irrefutable proofs of their authenticity, bringing us face to face not with the Zoroaster of the legends but with a real person, announcing a new doctrine and way of salvation, no supernatural Being assured of victory, but a mere man, struggling with human conflicts of every sort, in the midst of a society of fellow-believers yet in its earliest infancy.

  • The reformatory movement of Cyrillos Lucaris, patriarch of Constantinople (1621), brought the Greek Church face to face with Reformation theology.

  • Meanwhile Christian was preparing for the inevitable war with Sweden, where the patriotic party, headed by the freely elected governor Sten Sture the younger, stood face to face with the philo-Danish party under Archbishop Gustavus Trolle.

  • This authority of Holland was, however, more than counterbalanced about a month later, leaving the widowed Jacqueline at 17 years of age face to face with a difficult situation.

  • One such assumption is that, if the dam is well built, the intensity of vertical pressure will (neglecting local irregularities) vary nearly uniformly from face to face along any horizontal plane.

  • the country suddenly found itself involved in war with China, and face to face with one of the greatest dangers which it has ever encounteredthe mutiny of the sepoy army in India.

  • The time indeed came when Demosthenes and Philip stood face to face as representative antagonists in a mortal conflict.

  • " As one goes through the poems, one is ever and anon face to face with a myth of the most childish and barbaric type," which " carries one back to prae-Aryan days."

  • Nevertheless, it is not probable that without the training introduced by Lycurgus the Spartans would have been successful in securing their supremacy in Laconia, much less in the Peloponnese, for they formed a small immigrant band face to face with a large and powerful Achaean and autochthonous population.

  • There he found himself face to face with all the difficulties that Richelieu had neglected to solve, and that were now once more giving trouble.

  • It is impossible within brief limits to convey more than a general idea of the work of a philosopher who published more than three hundred original papers bearing upon nearly every branch of physical science; who one day was working out the mathematics of a vortex theory of matter on hydrodynamical principles or discovering the limitations of the capabilities of the vortex atom, on another was applying the theory of elasticity to tides in the solid earth, or was calculating the size of water molecules, and later was designing an electricity meter, a dynamo or a domestic water-tap. It is only by reference to his published papers that any approximate conception can be formed of his life's work; but the student who had read all these knew comparatively little of Lord Kelvin if he had not talked with him face to face.

  • When she talked to people, she liked to do it face to face.

  • It was then I came to realize he killed in the dark, not face to face with his victim.

  • Jennifer never saw her natural father face-to-face and gave the impression she didn't give a flip.

  • Can we set aside some time in the evenings and do this face-to-face?

  • She pressed herself against the warm, humming swamp cooler and turned a corner, only to come face to face with Gabriel again.

  • She spun, the action rocking her precarious balance, only to come face-to-face with the American nerd.

  • If I was going to kill the bastard, I'd do it face to face!

  • You didn't make out too well the first time you tried a face to face.

  • When there's a major drug buy, nobody trusts anyone else—especially face to face.

  • One minute he'd be drinking in the beauty of the countryside and the next feeling a wave of anxiety, realizing what had begun as a mild suspicion was close to culminating in a face-to-face confrontation with Jeffrey Byrne.

  • He squeezed through the opening and shielded his eyes, face-to-face with Rissa.

  • Jessi whirled and ran, only to come face-to-face with him once more.

  • It can be implemented face-to-face in the classroom or virtually.

  • Even some services which do not require face-to-face contact have become amenable to transfer to countries which enjoy a low cost base.

  • A face-to-face conversation is not simply an exercise in exchanging information, but rather is an ongoing negotiation of shared meaning and understanding.

  • convey messages is by face to face contact.

  • Participants were studying in a variety of modes including exclusively distance based, and predominantly dual mode, or face to face mode.

  • Counselors, however, are more aware of the disadvantages that mainly spring from the effects on relationship building caused by non face-to-face encounters.

  • As a face-to-face fundraiser working on the street, you are likely to work six days a week, and at least 42 hours.

  • For more information on face-to-face fundraising, please visit the Charity Facts website.

  • Visit the Discovery Center where you can come face to face with some of our furry and not so furry friends.

  • Obviously a Cluster may choose to hold an occasional face-to-face get-together.

  • In the historic hangars I came face to face with an old friend.

  • hasten to meet death face to face.

  • Our displays provide the perfect icebreaker, bringing your guests face to face with marine life from the furthest reaches of the globe.

  • Some of the best forms of knowledge transfer involve face-to-face interaction.

  • The views of Primary 1 teachers were gathered through face-to-face interviews.

  • These have taken the form of face to face meetings and telephone interviews.

  • inviting people face to face will get more people out.

  • When we move from face to face interaction to digitally mediated interaction, however, everything changes.

  • oratory skills through the internet rather than in a face to face setting.

  • quotidian face-to-face life are suspended or even inverted in a carnivalesque of norms.

  • Design: cross sectional, face to face interview survey.

  • Once we later on come face to face with reality, the euro continues its inexorable slide.

  • It also offers the added sweetener of plenty of face-to-face selling and the chance to join an excellent media company.

  • Open learning is inherently neither more nor less expensive than face-to-face teaching.

  • Online Language tuition In addition to our face-to-face language tuition we are also able to provide individuals with private one-to-one online language lessons.

  • In the event, as we report later, attempts to run electronic versions of traditional face-to-face tutorials were poorly attended.

  • In a courtroom a young waitress, killed by an off-course cluster bomb is brought face to face with the pilot who killed her.

  • Although delicate flowers may long for the absent flock wallpaper when they come face to face with the garish orange walls.

  • Outside the gates of Rome he was met by a deputation from the senate he had come to supersede, who addressed him in words memorable for expressing the republican spirit of new Italy face to face with autocratic feudalism: Thou wast a stranger, I have made thee a citizen; it is Rome who speaks: Thou earnest as an alien from beyond the Alps, I have conferred on thee the principality.

  • Replying on the 9th of April 1878 to interpellations by Visconti-Venosta and other deputies on the impending Congress of Berlin, he appeared free from apprehension lest I Italy, isolated, might find herself face to face with a change of the balance of power in the Mediterranean, and declared that in the event of serious complications Italy would be too much sought after rather than too niuch forgotten.

  • After some preliminary manoeuvres the two armies drew up face to face on the left bank of the Roneo, the Spanish left and the French right resting on this river.

  • O'Neill's chief need was supplies for his forces, and failing to obtain them from Monck he turned once more to Ormonde and the Catholic confederates, with whom he prepared to co-operate more earnestly when Cromwell's arrival in Ireland in August 1649 brought the Catholic party face to face with serious danger.

  • The extraordinary architectural skill, the sanitary and hydraulic science revealed in details of the building, bring us at the same time face to face with the power of mechanical invention with which Daedalus was credited.

  • Shortly before starting for the Russian expedition Napoleon vainly tried to reassure the merchants and financiers of France then face to face with a sharp financial crisis.

  • Venice was now brought face to face with the Franks under their powerful sovereign, who soon showed that he intended to claim the lagoons as part of his new kingdom.

  • Fourteen months later (February 1854) Great Britain renounced sovereignty over the farmers settled beyond the Orange, and Moshesh found himself face to face with the newly constituted Free State.

  • The ferry-man of Ut-Napishtim brings him safely through these waters, despite the difficulties and dangers of the voyage, and at last the hero finds himself face to face with Ut-Napishtim.

  • During the long reign of Sigismund (1387-1437) Hungary was brought face to face with the Turkish peril in its most threatening shape, and all the efforts of the king were directed Turkish Turks crossed the Hellespont from Asia Minor and p began that career of conquest which made them the terror of Europe for the next three centuries.

  • Large bodies of infantry with a fair proportion of guns still remained on shore on the 17th, but of these roughly half - about io,000 men and a number of guns in each area - were removed that night, so that on the 18th only a meagre force, composed almost wholly of infantry and disposed almost entirely in the trenches, was holding a long front face to face with a numerically far stronger enemy.

  • The three were now face to face for the first time.

  • He now made up his mind to study the real wilderness in its gloom and vastness, and to meet face to face the dusky warriors of the Stone Age.

  • In Umbrian villages on Easter Sunday the images of Jesus and His Mother are carried in rival processions from their respective chapels, and are made to bow when they meet face to face.

  • of a boss and circumferential annular channel, are placed face to face on a shaft, to which B is keyed, A being free (fig.

  • But the difficulties of the coast were such that it took three weeks to disembark the whole and to extend across the peninsula to Port Adams. Oku then, leaving the 5th division behind, moved down with the rest towards Kinchow, and after storming that place found himself face to face with a position of enormous strength, Nanshan Hill, at the narrowest part of the peninsula, where part of a Russian division (3000 only out of were actually engaged) had fortified itself with extreme care.

  • Secondly, it means that the actual development of ecclesiastical doctrine began, not from the Apostolic consciousness itself, but from a far lower level, that of the inadequate consciousness of the subapostolic Church, even when face to face with their written words.

  • - While the Eastern Church was stereotyping those peculiar characteristics which made her a thing apart, the Church of the West was brought face to face with the greatest revolution that Europe has ever experienced.

  • A starved and decimated population stood face to face with difficulties, not only on every frontier but indeed to some extent within the borders of the State itself.

  • Certainly all this brings us face to face with much ambiguity and demands increased skill in interpretation, but anything short of it falls short also of strict critical method.

  • Finally, in the spirit of Plato's Phaedo and the dialogue Eudemus, the Protrepticus holds that the soul is bound to the sentient members of the body as prisoners in Etruria are bound face to face with corpses; whereas the later view of the De Anima is that the soul is the vital principle of the body and the body the necessary organ of the soul.

  • Robert assumed the style of Clement VII.; and thus Christendom was brought face to face with the worst misfortune conceivable - the Great Schism (1378-1417).

  • was left face to face with an extraordinarily skilful, adroit, and unscrupulous antagonist.

  • Beyond all question Hume, in endeavouring to answer this problem, is brought face to face with one of the difficulties inherent in his conception of conscious experience.

  • For in the problem of real cognition he is brought face to face with the characteristic feature of knowledge, distinction of self from matters known, and reference of transitory states to permanent objects or relations.

  • At the conference of ministers which met at Vienna, on the 20th of November, for the purpose of developing and completing the Federal Act of the congress of Vienna, Metternich found himself face to face with a more formidable opposition than at Carlsbad.

  • died, and the new king was face to face with a constitutional crisis.

  • As a matter of fact, however, though the armies under Frederick and Joseph were face to face in the field, the affair was settled without actual fighting; Maria Theresa, fearing the chances of another struggle with Prussia, overruled her son at the last moment, and by the treaty of Teschen agreed to be content with the cession of the Quarter of the Inn (Innviertel) and some other districts.

  • 303 igainst the Christians, and those which succeeded it, were rigorously carried out in Egypt, where Paganism was still;trong and face to face with a strong and united church.

  • The severance of the colonies from their allegiance to the crown brought the English bishops for the first time face to face with the idea of an Anglican Church which should have nothing to do either with the royal supremacy or with British nationality.

  • (1509) left James face to face with his blustering brother-in-law, Henry VIII.

  • In the same year, taking advantage of the general anarchy, Ebroin and Leger left the cloister and soon found themselves once more face to face.

  • A hero, who was probably originally intended to demonstrate the failure of the vacillating temperament when brought face to face with the problems of art, proved ill-adapted to demonstrate those precepts for the guidance of life with which the Lehrjahre closes; unstable of purpose, Wilhelm Meister is not so much an illustration of the author's life-philosophy as a lay-figure on which he demonstrates his views.

  • Thus the Protagoras brings the educational theory of Protagoras and the sophists of culture face to face with the educational theory of Socrates, so as to expose the limitations of both; the Gorgias deals with the moral aspect of the teachings of the forensic rhetorician Gorgias and the political rhetorician Isocrates, and the intellectual aspect of their respective theories of education is handled in the Phaedrus; the Meno on the one hand exhibits the strength and the weakness of the teaching of Socrates, and on the other brings into view the makeshift method of those who, despising systematic teaching, regarded the practical politician as the true educator; the Euthydemus has for its subject the eristical method; finally, having in these dialogues characterized the current theories of education, Plato proceeds in the Republic to develop an original scheme.

  • Seleucus reigned in Syria from 312 to 280 B.C., Chandragupta in the Gangetic valley from 321 to 296 B.C. In 312 B.C. the power of both had been consolidated, and the two new sovereignties were brought face to face.

  • The new viceroy, who might have expected a tranquil time after the energetic reforms of his predecessor, soon found himself Lord face to face with the most serious troubles, euphemistic ally called the "unrest," that British rule has had to encounter in India since the Mutiny.

  • The value of the letters lies in the fact that in them we get behind Cicero and are face to face with the other dramatis personae; also that we are admitted behind the scenes and read the secret history of the times.

  • In 639 the armies of Syria and Irak were face to face in Mesopotamia.

  • The truth becomes revealed to him by the opening of his inner vision, and he learns to see Dharma, the Eternal Law, as it were, face to face.

  • To plead loyalty or honest political conviction in defence of his Medicean partianship is now impossible, face to face with the opinions expressed in the Ricordi politici and the Storia Fiorentina.

  • The courage that is born of knowledge, the calm strength begotten by a positive attitude of mind, face to face with the dominant over-shadowing Sphinx of theology, were lacking.

  • The Indian yogi fasts till he sees face to face all the gods of his Pantheon; the Indian magician fasts twelve days before producing rain or working any cure.

  • The Bogomils fasted till they saw the Trinity face to face.

  • They bear in themselves irrefutable proofs of their authenticity, bringing us face to face not with the Zoroaster of the legends but with a real person, announcing a new doctrine and way of salvation, no supernatural Being assured of victory, but a mere man, struggling with human conflicts of every sort, in the midst of a society of fellow-believers yet in its earliest infancy.

  • The reformatory movement of Cyrillos Lucaris, patriarch of Constantinople (1621), brought the Greek Church face to face with Reformation theology.

  • Meanwhile Christian was preparing for the inevitable war with Sweden, where the patriotic party, headed by the freely elected governor Sten Sture the younger, stood face to face with the philo-Danish party under Archbishop Gustavus Trolle.

  • This authority of Holland was, however, more than counterbalanced about a month later, leaving the widowed Jacqueline at 17 years of age face to face with a difficult situation.

  • Refused at first a hearing, his perseverance was at length rewarded by the emperor's assent to his reasonable request that his accusers should be brought face to face with him in the imperial presence.

  • One such assumption is that, if the dam is well built, the intensity of vertical pressure will (neglecting local irregularities) vary nearly uniformly from face to face along any horizontal plane.

  • the country suddenly found itself involved in war with China, and face to face with one of the greatest dangers which it has ever encounteredthe mutiny of the sepoy army in India.

  • The time indeed came when Demosthenes and Philip stood face to face as representative antagonists in a mortal conflict.

  • " As one goes through the poems, one is ever and anon face to face with a myth of the most childish and barbaric type," which " carries one back to prae-Aryan days."

  • Nevertheless, it is not probable that without the training introduced by Lycurgus the Spartans would have been successful in securing their supremacy in Laconia, much less in the Peloponnese, for they formed a small immigrant band face to face with a large and powerful Achaean and autochthonous population.

  • The death of marshal de St Andr, and the capture of the constable de Montmorency and of Cond, which marked this indecisive battle, left Coligny and Guise face to face.

  • There he found himself face to face with all the difficulties that Richelieu had neglected to solve, and that were now once more giving trouble.

  • It is impossible within brief limits to convey more than a general idea of the work of a philosopher who published more than three hundred original papers bearing upon nearly every branch of physical science; who one day was working out the mathematics of a vortex theory of matter on hydrodynamical principles or discovering the limitations of the capabilities of the vortex atom, on another was applying the theory of elasticity to tides in the solid earth, or was calculating the size of water molecules, and later was designing an electricity meter, a dynamo or a domestic water-tap. It is only by reference to his published papers that any approximate conception can be formed of his life's work; but the student who had read all these knew comparatively little of Lord Kelvin if he had not talked with him face to face.

  • In my fancy the pagan gods and goddesses still walked on earth and talked face to face with men, and in my heart I secretly built shrines to those I loved best.

  • Pierre went with rapid steps to the door and suddenly came face to face with Prince Andrew, who came out frowning and looking old.

  • He had felt it for the first time when the shell spun like a top before him, and he looked at the fallow field, the bushes, and the sky, and knew that he was face to face with death.

  • The rules of quotidian face-to-face life are suspended or even inverted in a carnivalesque of norms.

  • Skill rather than spoken either face-to-face raffle drawings for need to get.

  • Design: Cross sectional, face to face interview survey.

  • Once we later on come face to face with reality, the euro continues its inexorable slide.

  • It also offers the added sweetener of plenty of face-to-face selling and the chance to join an excellent media company.

  • Open learning is inherently neither more nor less expensive than face-to-face teaching.

  • Online Language Tuition In addition to our face-to-face language tuition we are also able to provide individuals with private one-to-one online language lessons.

  • In the event, as we report later, attempts to run electronic versions of traditional face-to-face tutorials were poorly attended.

  • In a courtroom a young waitress, killed by an off-course cluster bomb is brought face to face with the pilot who killed her.

  • Although delicate flowers may long for the absent flock wallpaper when they come face to face with the garish orange walls.

  • Read comments on your site, talk to customers face-to-face, conduct surveys and make sure your product is priced low enough to be purchased by a sufficient number of customers.

  • While it is great to make new friends and meet new people, searching the Web or meeting others face-to-face requires common sense and caution.

  • The majority of infant adoptions involve the birth parents, who often select the adoptive parents for their child through either a review of a portfolio, a face-to-face meeting between the two parties, or both.

  • If you prefer to avoid face-to-face contact and are comfortable with online shopping, online stores may be a better option.

  • If you are selling to the world face-to-face, make signs and find space to do it.

  • Avoid giving a kitten to someone acting as a go-between for someone else, and ask to meet the potential adopter face to face.

  • You can visit a nearby Wells Fargo branch to consult with a representative face-to-face, or you can contact a representative over the phone by calling (800) 642-4720.

  • With retail merchant accounts available through Merchant Services, businesses are able to process face-to-face credit card transactions through a terminal.

  • Scheduling virtual employee, client, and training meetings can play an important role in reducing the expense and environmental impact of driving or flying to face-to-face meetings.

  • For the safety and peace of mind of both parties, it is imperative that a first-time face-to-face meeting between online dates take place at a public place.

  • You wouldn't let a perfect stranger come up to your apartment - and no matter what the online chemistry looks like, your date is still a stranger until you've met face-to-face.

  • A bit of simple awareness goes a long way in a face-to-face meeting with your online date - if you don't feel comfortable, it's your perogative to end the date quickly and politely and move on.

  • It's understandable to want to look nice for your face-to-face meeting, but don't overdo it.

  • If the chemistry has been great at the keyboard, it might be tempting to think the world of your new date before you've even met face-to-face.

  • Because you aren't playing face-to-face with your poker opponents, you'll need to figure out new ways to read the table.

  • Trust isn't as big an issue as it is during face to face play and you can play in the privacy and comfort of your own home.

  • Not only did the movie bring Spiderman face-to-face with two major villains, the plot also turned Peter Parker against himself as he struggled with the dark side inflicted upon him by the crash landing of an alien symbiote.

  • Although you connect with other scrappers via the Internet, treat them the same as you would if you were meeting them face-to-face.

  • While this was a great survival technique when our ancestors came face to face with a saber-toothed tiger, it doesn't always help us in the modern-day world.

  • They say things online that they wouldn't have the courage to say to someone face to face.

  • In addition, some clothes just don't look as good face-to-face.

  • They say things online that they wouldn't have the courage to say to someone face to face.

  • An assessment is offered either face-to-face or over the phone.

  • The story here is that Tila and Meghan met via Twitter, which begs the question…does anyone speak face to face anymore?

  • The Distance Learning department also offers hybrid classes that combine face-to-face instruction with online components.

  • The blended learning site on UMassOnline lists the degrees and certificates for the combination of face-to-face classroom time as well as online courses.

  • The Impact of Distance Learning on Interpersonal Communication Satisfaction - This dissertation compares online and face-to-face community college classrooms for a doctoral degree in philosophy.

  • By adding Alaska cruise tours onto standard seven-day cruise vacations, travelers can explore the state's interior and come face to face with many natural delights, including wolves, caribou, moose, bears, and more.

  • Do not buy a pet online without face-to-face interaction with the breeder and the puppies.

  • Walk down any pet food aisle in almost any store in the country and you will find yourself face to face with hundreds of brands and varieties of dog and puppy food.

  • After your application is accepted, many rescues require a home visit, or at the very least a face to face interview.

  • So if you have come face to face with dead or broken strings, read on to learn all you'll need to know to change them.

  • If you're looking for face-to-face advice, then a workshop or seminar might be a more appropriate home improvement resource for you.

  • When selling used jewelry, face-to-face interactions can mean more money.

  • Don't be afraid to ask for help: If you're stumped and need face-to-face advice or assistance in choosing new wardrobe pieces, don't be shy about going into a men's clothing store and seeking out a salesperson.

  • When choosing photos for your portfolio, be sure to include photos that highlight features being sought by the company you are approaching, because your photos will most likely be looked at before you ever meet someone face-to-face.

  • Although, those people have the advantage of talking to you face-to-face.

  • Let your new friend find out just how hot that fire is when you can really turn it up - face-to-face, when it matters most.

  • There's no pressure at these events to purchase goods or services, but the chance to talk face-to-face with representatives from different services and agencies may impact some decisions later on.

  • Online dating may also suit the new dater, as you can peruse profiles of other seniors without worrying about face-to-face encounters.

  • Many seniors like this format because it is quick, much like reviewing online profiles, but provides much more information (mostly non-verbal) because the encounter occurs face-to-face.

  • Those living near the southern California destination can enjoy face-to-face interaction with an instructor.

  • If you're face-to-face with an optician when you're searching for the perfect eyewear, she can find the measurement for you.

  • Animal Kingdom: A visit to this combination zoo and theme park is sure to be a wild experience and it has been bringing guests face-to-face with exotic animals since 1998.

  • Stunning displays of marine life, including dolphins, manatees, sharks, stingrays, Beluga whales, orcas, penguins and more bring visitors face to face with these exotic and intelligent creatures.

  • The best situation is to play someone face-to-face, sitting right next to you.

  • He climbs back up into the ship to come face to face with Cortana.

  • I am more willing to answer questions to someone who is face to face with me than someone who is too lazy to get in their car and drive on down.

  • In some cases child molesters have used chat rooms, email, and instant messaging to gain a child's trust and then to arrange a face-to-face meeting.

  • This often occurs when people work in other countries or cultures and come face to face with different sets of moral conventions.

  • Many parents are concerned because their young children prefer "chat time" on their computers more than actually talking face to face with other children, so these children may not socialize as much in the homes of neighbors and friends.

  • You can also dispatch dancers from your studio to make face-to-face visits with coaches who might be interested in bringing their dancers.

  • Dance step lessons no longer have to be taken face-to-face, which has made learning social dance styles easier for many people.

  • Relationship to other dancers: Two dancers face to face may be what you think of when you think of dancing with a partner; however, this is quite rare in clubs.

  • The more you can communicate face-to-face, the better you will do.

  • I am also not sure who I should contact (my account manager, my recruiter, etc.), because this company is in a different state, and I work as an independent contractor at home and have never met any of the employees face-to-face.

  • Sales representative outsourcing is a great way to keep your own, small sales team busy with face-to-face current and potential customers while leaving the dirty work (cold calling) to a sales team at another location.

  • That leaves you to train your very own sales team (if needed) to talk with customers face-to-face.

  • They assess your "communication skills, sales skills, motivation, and intelligence" through two phone interviews and three face-to-face interviews.

  • Make it count so you can at least get an interview for face-to-face time.

  • Make that first impression through you words so you get that opportunity to make a great impression via a face-to-face interview.

  • Loan officers are available online, over the phone, and in some states there are loan officers available to meet with face-to-face.

  • If you aren't comfortable playing games with other people in a face to face setting but love to play all sorts of board games, then playing them on the Internet may seem like the best solution.

  • Some chess players enjoy the poker-faced intrigue, the slapping of the chess clock and the feeling of community often experienced with face-to-face chess play.

  • Either way, you can still enjoy all the fun and strategic play of face-to-face chess.

  • One possible method of weeding out defective individuals is to prolong your email and phone correspondences and delay a face-to-face meeting.

  • If you met the person online, your first face-to-face meeting might fit into the hour when your child is at a party or at a movie with friends.

  • Other shows, like the late-night "Elimidate," follow an essentially similar formula, although contestants meet face to face before the elimination begins.

  • SpeedDate.com allows you to chat with people in your area, and have a quick "date" face-to-face via webcam.

  • Others are face-to-face services in your hometown.

  • In the same respect, if you've met someone through an online site or even a sex chat room, you can take the relationship into the dating world even if you don't meet face to face.

  • There are classes, organization committees, athletic and campus activities, etc. The face-to-face meeting provides useful information to help you evaluate a potential partner and his honesty.

  • While there are lots of advantages to online dating, there is also the obstacle of not being able to meet face to face.

  • You may become too comfortable chatting with the opposite sex on the Internet and not want to ruin the online relationship by meeting the person face to face.

  • Use the close of your letter to invite her to meet with you face to face in order to talk things out.

  • While "how to" books mentioned above tend to talk more about the places to go and the etiquette to use in both online and face-to-face interactions, there's another type of online ebook that's common.

  • You want to do this face to face unless you have a real reason to believe your physical safety is in jeopardy.

  • Avoiding violence - A violent relationship may make the victim afraid to confront an abuser with a face-to-face conversation that could put them in physical danger.

  • Speed dating attracts busy singles who want a way to meet a lot of people face to face in a short period of time.

  • Online speed dating combines the quick getting-to-know-you methods that face to face speed dating employs with the comfort and convenience of your home.

  • You may be tempted to use some medium like texting or email or a phone call to avoid the pain of being face to face.

  • If face-to-face announcements are not possible, telephone calls may be the next best option.

  • Surprise Visits: If a couple has a long distance relationship, an unexpected visit is the perfect way to ask the question that is better posed face-to-face.

Browse other sentences examples →