He turned and faced Percival, looking from him to his sandwich with vacant eyes.
It had been vaguely present in his mind when he faced the crowd at Martindale, he remembered now.
The man who faced the redhead was as light as his companion was ponderous.
Faced by failure of credit they have proposed only the lending of more money.
Was it not fear that had made his nerves so rocklike as he faced that crowd and made his get-away?
The lawyer's brows were knit as he faced the proprietor of the store.
Then she faced the lawyer again, with an aloofness of manner that was contemptuous.
When he stood behind her, silent and not moving, she turned slowly about and faced him.
He faced her to the window, so that the light fell full on her.
Crane faced about, and coming forward, held out his hand to the man of distrust.