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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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When we run the pass to the two-man side, we use the fullback as the "slam and slide" receiver and get him to the flat quickly.
26, when the sides first came up with a framework for a collective bargaining agreement.
Lunar scientists are still in the dark about the composition of its far side -- the elusive hemisphere that always faces away from Earth.
Both sides of Reservoir Drive on either side of Ditch Road.
4 and 5 men to the left side of the kicker, and F and G block 3 and 4 to the right of the kicker.
Bubbles with more than six sides grow larger in size, growing faster the more sides they have, while those with fewer than six sides shrink, the ones with fewest sides shrinking fastest and often disappearing altogether.
Right - tight end (Y) and flanker (Z) line up on right side of the formation and split end (X) goes to the left side.
Occasionally wash down the sides of the pan with a pastry brush dipped in warm water, to dissolve any sugar crystals that may be clinging there.
If so, this find would represent the earliest known example of behavioral asymmetry -- the tendency to use right and left sides of the body differently.
The multi-party specification defines a workflow for both Futures and FX, with the Buy Side OMS acting as the central coordinator for any number of executing and clearing brokers.
DALLAS -- Pizza Hut(R) announced the introduction of Side Sampler today, becoming the only national pizza chain to offer popular side items in one package.
Plus, it can print in combinations of black on one side of the receipt with black, red or blue on the other side with no additional cost for the paper or the printer, to attract attention and promote more effectively.
Knorr(R)- Lipton(R) Sides(TM), a prominent brand within Unilever (NYSE: UL) (NYSE: UN), has created the first mainstream line of both pasta and rice side dishes made with whole grains.
The jumper trough routes patch and equipment cords from side-to-side or cabinet-to-cabinet while the air dam blocks airflow around the sides of the rack-mount space within the cabinet.