Rail police warned that people caught trespassing on railways could face up to life in jail.
He has a face so unusually characterful that it almost defies caricature.
Standing in his way was a tall man with long dark hair, his face hidden in the shadows of the hood of his black robes.
he climbed atop a tank to face down a coup
There are moments when I feel tired by this, and drained, but then I get up the following morning and decide I'm going to face these people down .
he couldn't face the thought of jumping out of a plane
Crowe could face up to seven years in prison if found guilty of all charges against him.
Then, in a second, the old woman's face had softened back into its regular form.
A thin trickle of water drips down the dank side of a cliff face to splash into the stream below.
Here was a problem that amounted to rather more than an unsightly flaw on the face of the splendid facade of classical physics.