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'Thanks, it's an English word - it means 'spiritual warrior'.'
Indian Face Painting
"A beer for me and one for the woad."
Executive puts on a 'brave face' prior to attending a board meeting.
"I'll be glad when they evolve past this primitive ritual."
"No need to worry about those Indians, captain. Looks like they're into face painting."
'He won't be long, he's just putting his face on.'
'Based on the color of the circles going around the Indians' arms, you're in for some heavy resistance.'
"Relax guys, they're wearing war-paints, not hunting paints..."
'Of course you know this means war.'
'So you think a little glitter on my eyelids would send out the wrong message?'
Executive puts on brave face for board meeting.
'So you think a little litter on my eyelids would send out the wrong message?'
'What's this I hear about you using the White Man's cosmetics?'
'I'm a little concerned about Red Deer. Have you noticed how he applies his war paint?'
Indian brave buys warpaint from Avon lady.
"That's no rain dance - he's angry because the Avon Lady's late!"
'They could use a great camouflage expert like you in the army, Mom.'
"War party? OK, I'll just put some slap on."
'I'm sure he'll be a good boy,doctor. I told him to put on a brave face.'
'Leaping Deer had not quite mastered the art of applying war paint.'
American Footballer's War Paint - "Underneath the eyes Krowski - you put it underneath the eyes."