Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A note at the side of a printed or written page; a marginal note, as distinguished from a foot-note.
“On an amusing side-note, I sometimes work with non-human characters because I know that an editor will never pressure me to write a romantic sideplot for them.”
“Each, a side-note to the main-theme of gratefulness - Life?”
“As a side-note, the Asset Exclusion Certificate concept could be expanded to allow people to purchase and resell them either in the open market or through the government.”
“Lesson of the Day: we will first allude to my great old large brother Vesa Isokauppila: Salespeople regularly screw we over. we would similar to to supplement the side-note which which seems to apply additionally with cab drivers as well as aboriginals who have incited into tourism business.”
“History will always be better at recognizing the worthwhile accomplishments of the medium (if that little side-note is any indication, I'm not alone in this).”
“On a side-note, this novel contains one of my favorite lines ever uttered: You wanted to tussle?”
“On a side-note, I recall Rowling once dispensing a "whatever happened to ..." list of many Hogwarts students, but I am curious on some level to know what happened to Harry's cousin, Dudley.”
“As a side-note, a couple of those titles at the supermarket that I almost grabbed instead of Shutter Island were Richard Laymon's Flesh and the sci-fi novel, Flash Forward, which inspired the upcoming television series.”
“** As a side-note, do you believe this in terms of the Rwanda massacre?”
“Interesting linguistic side-note, since EV likes this sort of thing (see previous post):”
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