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  • n. Plural form of ringsider.


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  • She hammers out the notes and the ringsiders go mad with ecstasy.

    Send in the Stritch!

  • It was difficult to sit through Alan Cumming's instantly captivating, chutzpah-stuffed Feinstein's at Loews Regency opening on April 27 without repeatedly wondering whether management at the Upper Eastside Manhattan room would ask him to tone down some of his racier remarks or think about dropping the political comments -- such as his suggesting that ringsiders check out fightbackpac. com, the website devoted to unseating New York State senators who voted against same-sex marriage.

    David Finkle: First-Nighter: Alan Cumming Acts Up, Acts Waaaaaay Up

  • Before ringsiders 'eyes, Grimes is recreating her Tony-winning performances.

    David Finkle: First-Nighter: Tammy Grimes Remains Unsinkable at The Metropolitan Room

  • Knowledgable ringsiders in control of the fight well understood that this was the business and competitive pinnacle of Johnson's career, and it was only fair to give him every logical chance to defend the only title he'd ever won.

    Jim Lampley: Death in the Ring

  • Except, of course, when she passes the mike around the room to ringsiders like Jerry Vale, Neil Sedaka and tables of embarrassed tourists from Tierra del Fuego for endless choruses of "When the Saints Go Marching In."

    On The Town With Rex Reed

  • Johnson towered over his opponent, picking off his punches, smiling and chatting with ringsiders, landing just often and just hard enough to cause Ketchel's mouth and nose to bleed but to do no more serious damage.

    'The Man with the Golden Smile'

  • In this round and the two which followed he showed a swiftness and accuracy which old ringsiders declared that Mendoza in his prime had never surpassed.

    Rodney stone

  • Perhaps it's because Marcovicci, always loose when kidding the ringsiders, is particularly loose, particularly light-hearted this season.

    The Full Feed from

  • Audience members are ringsiders to a sweaty spectacular from the performers, who at times abstract the boxing repertoire into stylised formations and dance, and at others jack up the realism to the point of terrifying brutality.

    New Statesman

  • The judges called it 115-111, 116-111 and 115-112 - and those calculations included a flash knockdown awarded to Pavlik that ringsiders reckoned was a marginal shout.

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