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A confrontation or argument between two people or groups

It's unclear which side will win the latest face-off between the President and Congress.

The start of play, when two players try to get control of the puck dropped by the referee
to start play at any point in the game, the puck is dropped between two opposing players that are facing each other on face-off dots
The dropping of the puck between one player from each team to start or resume play
A neutral throw awarded by the referee Face-offs generally occur when two players commit a foul at the same time The referee will award a face-off by requiring two players from opposing teams to face each other, at which point he blows his whistle and throws the ball between them TOP
The action of an official dropping the puck between the sticks of two opposing players to start play A face-off beings when the Referee indicates its location and the officials take their appropriate positions and ends when the puck has been legally dropped
or to resume play when it has stopped for other reasons
A technique used to put the ball in play at the start of each quarter, or after a goal is scored The players squat down and the ball is placed between their crosses
The action of an official dropping the puck between the sticks of two opposing players to start play Face-Off Dot Any of the solid red or blue circles on the ice which designate the location of various face-off areas Five-Hole A slang term for the area between the goalie's leg pads
A technique used to put the ball in play at the start of each quarter, or after a goal is scored Player's squat down and the ball is placed between their sticks
(ice hockey) the method of starting play; a referee drops the puck between two opposing players
The action of an official dropping the puck between the sticks of two opposing players to start play
the act of dropping the puck between opposing players to begin play
A face-off is when a referee drops the puck between a designated member of each team and said members attempt to knock the puck to a teammate A face-off begins a game and occurs after a team scores or if play has stopped, such as when the puck leaves the playing area
the method of starting play; the dropping of the puck by the official between the sticks of two opposing players standing one stick length apart with stick blades flat on the ice; used to begin each period or to resume play when it has stopped for other reasons
To initiate play, the puck is dropped between two opposing players who face each other
a hostile disagreement face-to-face
When a player from each team lines up side-by -side, facing the referee, and races for the ball once it is dropped into the water This procedure is carried out when the referee cannot determine which team should put the ball back into play
cut off one's nose to spite one's face
To harm oneself as a result of attempting to harm an adversary
cutting off one's nose to spite one's face
Present participle of cut off one's nose to spite one's face
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Either an actual or a figurative face to face confrontation, especially a bitter one
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The starting point, in a match of ice hockey. Two players face each other, for snatching the puck
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To confront someone
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The method used to begin play in ice hockey
off one's face
Extremely intoxicated, either by alcohol or drugs
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A method of starting play in ice hockey, lacrosse, and other games in which an official drops the puck or ball between two opposing players who contend for its control
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A confrontation: “Marshall's face-off with Jefferson in MarburyMadison in 1803” (Newsweek)
cut off one's nose to spite one's face
{f} cause harm to yourself in order to do harm to an adversary
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When the referee drops the puck between two opposing players in order to start or resume a game
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start a game by a face-off
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Should the ball strike an overhead obstruction, or both teams offend simultaneously and the referee cannot distinguish who committed the foul first or in the case of a double live-time major foul, a face off is held The referee will line up one player from each team in a lateral position near the location of the stoppage He will then throw the ball between the two players so that neither has an advantage in reaching it
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{f} start a hockey game or lacrosse by a face-off
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{i} direct confrontation; start of play in ice hockey when the referee drops the puck between two opposing team members
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Should the ball strike an overhead obstruction; or both teams offend simultaneously and the referee cannot distinguish who committed the foul first; or in the case of the double live-time major foul, a face-off is held The referee will line up one player from each team in a lateral position near the location of the stoppage The referee will then throw the ball between the two players so that neither has an advantage in reaching it
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The method of starting play at the beginning of a period or of restarting after play has been stopped for any reason Two opposing players stand a stick-length apart with their stick blades flat on the ice and a referee or linesman drops the puck between them Other players must remain outside the faceoff circle or at least 15 feet away if the faceoff is at a spot that's not in a circle
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The dropping of the puck by the referee or linesman between one player from each team to start play
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The puck is dropped between two opposing players who face each other Faceoffs occur at the beginning of each period and after any stoppage of play
threw the mask off his face
showed his true face, exposed the truth about himself
tore the mask off his face
revealed his true face, revealed the truth about him, ripped the disguise from him
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