Definitions for face up
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confront, face up, face(verb)
deal with (something unpleasant) head on
"You must confront your problems"; "He faced the terrible consequences of his mistakes"
Face Up is the fifth album by British singer Lisa Stansfield, released by Arista Records on 20 June 2001. It was her first new studio album since 1997's Lisa Stansfield. Stansfield co-wrote songs for the album with her husband Ian Devaney and Richard Darbyshire. Devaney also produced all the tracks. Face Up garnered positive reviews from music critics who praised the funky and soul songs and also the adventurous usage of 2-step garage beats in the first single, "Let's Just Call It Love." The disco-flavored "8-3-1," selected as the second single, was withdrawn at the last minute. Face Up was released in Europe and Japan, and performed moderately on the charts reaching top forty in the European countries.
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There is no such thing as virtual hatred when it is spreading, major Internet firms must face up to their responsibilities.
Milan has turned into a leisure tourism city in the last 10 years exactly to face up to the sharp slump in business tourism.
The body is almost always face down -- not face up -- in drowning situations, there's enough evidence here to warrant a second look.
I think this is a catalyst to get people to face up to the fact that we've got problems in this country, i think this exposed something that is already there.
In some ways, (Cameron) was protected by the Lib Dems as the leader of a coalition government. It protected him from the right wing of his party, he is going to have to face up to some of his demands from his right that previously he has not had to accede to.
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