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side

n. a side of a record (recording). (Refers to older vinyl recording.) Let’s cruise over to Sam’s pad and hear some sides.
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Repeat to the other side and perform it several times.
West Side postwar apartment average sales prices posted the largest percentage gain, up 20% to $797,296.
6) Slip the finished tote into the lining, right sides together.
Cover the sandwich while cooking the first side to melt the cheese sufficiently.
Additionally, for the students who decide that they do, in fact, fall on one side of the issue they research for their mediation essay, I allow them to use the same topic for their argumentative paper.
27, 2002 Cell, Joseph Yost of the University of Utah in Salt Lake City and his colleagues reported that an enzyme that alters a protein called syndecan-2 is active only on the right side of an early frog embryo.
Therefore, new iSCSI target-side devices--such as iStor's iBlade storage server blade which embeds a dozen specialized processors and super-fast state machines in breakthrough architecture to create scalable front-end and back-end interfaces--will be the secret to success on the target side.
Differences in side effects associated with the use of these drugs and the possibility of drug resistance in the source patient may influence which drug is selected in a specific situation.
Because all four treatment groups would produce tugging and only two would involve digestion, the results support the idea that pulling on the internal organs might explain side stitch pain.
Side effects from shots are usually mild and last a short time.
However, these therapies are occasionally associated with harmful side effects ranging from mild to severe.
That's Krugman's nasty side, which pops up whether he's attacking those to the right of him or those to his left.
Two years ago, on November 12, surgeons at Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore, Maryland, surgically split open Kacie's skull and operated for 12 hours to remove the left side of her brain.
In the same time period, 100% of our residents were evaluated for side rail use, and 82% of them have had a reduction in side raft usage, either by using only one raft, going to half-rails or eliminating side rails entirely.