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grimace

Neurology A humorless facial 'mask' typically seen in Pts with catatonia. See Amimia.
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After locking up the bureau again, he walked to the window and gazed out as impassibly as he had done at the beginning of the interview, while Raffles took a small allowance from the flask, screwed it up, and deposited it in his side-pocket, with provoking slowness, making a grimace at his stepson's back.
But, in spite of all their ceremonies, the sky remained clear and beautiful, and they profited nothing by their slaughtered sheep and their ugly grimaces.
Then he would stop and tell them what the sick child had said last night, and how he had longed to be among them once again; and such was the poor schoolmaster's gentle and affectionate manner, that the boys seemed quite remorseful that they had worried him so much, and were absolutely quiet; eating no apples, cutting no names, inflicting no pinches, and making no grimaces, for full two minutes afterwards.
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As long as they didn't want me to be Grimace, I was down
In fact, eleven of the fifteen breastfeeding babies did not cry or grimace at all during the procedure.
But I restrict myself to a thin grimace directed at my fellow searchees.
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The original McDonaldland characters - including Grimace, The Hamburglar and Mayor McCheese - were based on the "H.
The Duke gives a grimace as the Queen and Charles laugh
Of 43 human adults who viewed two composite images of a monkey's fear grimace - in which each side of the face was paired with its mirror image -- nex t to the creature's genuine fear grimace, 41 rated the left-side composite as most expressive of fear, Hauser notes.