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an outward appearance

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During his March visit, Eric will also present a Face Reading Workshop on Saturday 15 March 2014.
Items like this announcement of a new book: "Reading Faces to Succeed in Business and Relationships," by Naomi Tickle, a "world-renowned expert" in face reading (of course).
However, the results of Baird and Yurgelun-Todd indicated that there may not be a simple relationship between amygdala activity and accurate face reading.
Cardiff face Reading (November 7) and Burnley (Nov 28), both of whom look set to be among the top-six contenders Cardiff hope to join if they can make continued improvements under Slade.
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Meanwhile, the Swans have announced their first friendly of the summer with the news they will face Reading at Wycombe Wanderers' ground, Adams Park.
Parkinson's men now face Reading at Valley Parade believing anything is possible.
BLUES manager Gary Rowett is hopeful Andy Shinnie will be fit to face Reading this weekend.
It has been suggested that the Italian will be out of a job before the Blues face Reading tomorrow.
The Swans, 28 years after their only brief spell in England's top flight, are looking to complete an astonishing six-year rise from the fourth tier and could now face a Wembley showdown with south Wales rivals Cardiff, who face Reading in the other semi-final tonight.
Holders Chelsea will face Reading for a place in the quarter-finals - if Carlo Ancelotti's team win their replay against Everton on February 19.
It means Vogel is in contention to face Reading at the Madejski Stadium.
Boro are hopeful that the striker will be available to face Reading on Saturday, though the injury is slow to shake off.
Allardyce, whose team travel to face Reading in the Premiership today, said: "There is no way Michael can leave unless we want him to.
Birmingham City face Reading in the FA Cup for the second consecutive season this afternoon although unlike like last year, they will start as William Hill's 7-5 favourites.