Part-time workers do at face value cost less than full-time workers.
As a journalist, I knew not to accept anything on the Internet at face value.
That she is, but Daub took the phone call to Hill at face value.
Coined “obscenity regulations,” on face value they appear to ban material that “depicts or describes sexual misconduct.”
It would be easy to take the story of Please Look After Mom at face value, but Ms. Shin warns against over-literal interpretation.
This was entirely plausible and his hearers, The Hopper noted with relief, accepted it at face value.
In November, 1791, the assignats were worth 52 per cent of their face value.
These notes were not always taken at their face value, especially when they were found any distance from their place of issue.
At the face value of the paper, or at the price for which it had been purchased?
Wolf did not look for coherence from her, and took the two statements on their face value.