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Synonyms for stoneface

any plant of the genus Lithops native to Africa having solitary yellow or white flowers and thick leaves that resemble stones

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He also notes the parallels between Old Stoneface and Oliver Cromwell, and the significance of 1688, the year of the Glorious Revolution (195).
Yet there was Old Stoneface tapping racing on the shoulder for the umpteenth time to remind us all that there has never been anyone like him.
Stoneface surveyed the room with scorched-earth eyes, and then closed the door.
This was in contrast to his peers of that era - Bristow, with his ultra-precise little finger raised action and Old Stoneface John Lowe.
Realization began to dawn as Stoneface read the port side of the slide and, and even the Duty Dummy--me--could see clouds breaking over the Man With a Mission's face.
Old Stoneface has played decent darts but suffered from double trouble when it comes to checking out, and that has left him bottom of the table.
Lim also became the only player to hit a perfect leg on the BBC - six years after Old Stoneface produced the first-ever TV nine-darter on World of Sport.
Cecil, 28, was in only his third season as a trainer but there was already a familiarity about ownerbreeder Lord Howard de Walden's apricot colours and stoneface stable jockey Greville Starkey.
Old Stoneface has played decent darts but suffered from double trouble when it come to checking out, and that has left him bottom of the table.
OLD Stoneface, Clint Eastwood, is making enemies among neighbours in Carmel, the posh little Northern California town of which he once was Mayor.
If Lester was Old Stoneface, the laconic Starkey wasn't far behind, though it belied a highly attuned sense of the absurd, which possibly explains his later role in the 'stun gun' affair when, bizarrely, he supplied ponies to test out the efficacy of the supposed sonic weapon.
Buxton from the Rustic collection from pounds 24 perm2, real marble mosaic strip from pounds 39 per box, Stoneface beige floor tile from pounds 19 perm2; Botanic Garden china from pounds 6.
Talking of Lester, is it really 30 years ago since I plugged school to watch old Stoneface and Sir Ivor catching boy wonder Sandy Barclay on Connaught with that famous devastating laid swoop?