there seems to be a LADDER in the center of this kanji! So we can say . .
The terrorist MEN climbed up the ladder onto the surface of the big box (a Walmart) and said they'd blow it up unless the Government did the Humpty.
1) ENTIRE surface of a 3-dimensional object, as opposed to 表, which is the front surface of a 2-D object (deeeeyammn!!),
2) the head or face - usually used in the context of expressions like 'meet face to face' or 'dare you to say it to my face!'. In other words, you wouldn't tell a drunk model, 'Hey there, nice 面！’
Yakuza slang for face: 'I can't believe you'd dare show your face around here! '
interesting, (in a good way) but also can mean funny (as in, laughing at you!) this deliberate ambiguity being a big thing with Japanese Sarcasm. Although in this case, fully half the time people are being serious.
annoying, a pain in the ass.
screen - both movie screen and computer/tv screen
the ground/floor (applies both inside and outside)
to save face (opposite: 面目を失う （めんぼくをうしなう））
the exterior, the surface - unlike 面 (men), 表面 is more technical - usually used by architects or craftspeople. Or, for instance, to describe a "skin" you'd put on a polygon 3d character.