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mask

(Cover), noun camouflage, cloak, cover-up, deflection, device, disguise, excuse, facade, false front, feint, front, guise, lame excuse, masquerade, mere cossetics, obscuration, pretense, pretension, pretext, prooessed motive, refuge, screen, sham, smoke screen, stratagem, subterfuge, varnish, whitewash

mask

(Shield), noun camouflage, deflection, disguise, false front, false identity, incognito, masquerade, pretense, shield, veil
See also: camouflage, cloak, conceal, cover, denature, disguise, ensconce, enshroud, envelop, false pretense, guard, hide, obliterate, obnubilate, obscure, plant, pretend, pretense, pretext, ruse, screen, shroud, stifle, strangle, subterfuge, suppress, veil
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Masque Bar is also adding a gold "magic" mask, a new version of the Masque Bar classic modelling mask that does not require water to be mixed into the mask prior to application.
As noted by Jim Neri, Aveda's Tulasara Wedding Masque Overnight and Wedding Masque Eye Overnight treatment products come packaged in cartons decorated with an intricate filigree pattern inspired by traditional Indian customs and weddings, including botanical motifs and henna (photo on p.
Nazir Ahmad, an elderly man who visits Faisal Masque on every Friday along with his family to offer Friday prayer, express his dismay while sitting at the edge of dry fountain, the ablution place was untidy.
Knowles argues cogently and persuasively that intertextual strategies, by giving space, playing-time, and a voice to opposing viewpoints on the nature and expected duties of the king and senior courtiers, were a means to give such viewpoints status whether within masque or anti-masque: these opposing viewpoints enjoyed a definite hearing before audiences, thereby demonstrating that the issues presented in the masque were open to discussion.
The Assassin's Masque is a charming continuation of the Palace of Spies series.
The European masque tradition, though having courtly origins linked to urban areas in England, subsequently became, in its transference, part of the American impetus to incorporate stylized performances derived from a folk tradition, usually in a rural setting.
C'etait l'idee generale, je voulais qu'il y ait plus d'un masque pour representer les esprits de la danse mawa.
MmeToumi a affirme que [beaucoup moins que]la restitution du masque de Gorgone n'est qu'un jalon dans la lutte contre le trafic illicite des biens culturels[beaucoup plus grand que].
Selon le ministre, toutes les procedures legales afferentes ont ete parachevees a cet effet, precisant avoir adresse une invitation a son homologue algerienne, Khalida Toumi pour se rendre en Tunisie, debut avril prochain, et receptionner le masque de Gorgone, un bien appartenant au peuple algerien qui est en droit de le recuperer ', selon ses dires.
The recent discovery of the Spanish ambassador's description of the masque (2) --which resembles in many respects the authorized text--also needs to be accounted for.
Elysee's Time Avenger Face Lifting Powder Masque was formulated with natural soya protein to temporarily lift the face and reduce the appearance of aging.
Promoters Chibuku Shake Shake and Circus announced on Facebook that a deal for the lease of the Masque venue on Seel Street has been completed, sealing its long term future in the city.