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a lining applied to the edge of a garment for ornamentation or strengthening

an ornamental coating to a building

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a protective covering that protects the outside of a building

providing something with a surface of a different material

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Facework Competence in intercultural conflict: An updated face- negotiation theory.
Getting Out of Hot Water: Facework in Social Predicaments.
Topics discussed include the visual world of social network sites, the communicative function of images for adolescents and young adults, photo-documented facework, and user images and international celebrity culture.
This trend, however, is tempered by aspects of Anglo-Australian politeness, more specifically, the attention to facework and to the different nature of the offence, that the Italo-Australians have acquired as a result of cultural and linguistic contact.
Face and facework in conflict: A cross-cultural comparison of China, Germany, Japan, and the United States.
Facework can be designed to maintain or support face by counteracting threats, or potential threats, to face" (239).
Sustaining the desire to learn: Dimensions of perceived instructional facework related to student involvement and motivation to learn.
99) is a pick for nay web programming collection, offering the basics of using the Facework social networking platform.
The efforts taken to maintain or enhance face in interaction and to save face in a threatening communicative situation are called facework.
Teacher communication activities relevant to student motivation: Classroom facework and instructional communication competence.
they may produce appeals like this: "Be a human being Paul, observe Grice's conversational principles when you are talking to me, do not forget about facework, be rational, control your emotions, try to understand the obvious, you dummy