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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfacingfac‧ing /ˈfeɪsɪŋ/ noun [countable, uncountable]  1 TBBan outer surface of a wall or building made of a different material from the rest in order to make it look attractive2 DCmaterial fastened to the inside of a piece of clothing to strengthen it3 facings
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facingBut it illustrates the challenge facing sport generally: where do the resources come from?They followed Dieter through the ornate entrance and into a large cool room with an enormous stone fireplace facing the door.Summary: A long, north facing wall of variable quality limestone.There was growing concern over an estimated 780,000 people facing starvation in central and southern areas.It would have been everything just to keep her steady, facing that way, just to stay afloat.There was, however, a very practical reason for the facing of the galleries in these directions.The recipes on the facing page give a few ideas for cooking with these fruit.The concrete block shell was in place by early 1992 ready for the 25-week facing brickwork stage to begin.