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- n. Plural form of side..
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of side.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v.
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The second half saw the two sides come out to a furious pace that showed the two sides´ contrasting styles.
The unification of a unit, enclosed in four sides, _with those sides_ can only be accomplished by either having the mass of the figure touch the sides of the canvas, or stretch toward them with that intent.
This was the reading of this passage [ravishing sides] in all the editions before that of Mr. Pope, who for _sides_, inserted in the text
The hatred that exists between the sides is awful.
The difference in intellectual levels between the sides is astounding.
She ran what they called sides — to sping the yarn on.
Another good sound deadener is to place foam on certain sides of the walls.
The biggest downside for both sides is definitely lack of face to face contact.
This year, I found a 5x elk shed coming up a steep game trail, and both sides from a moose.
Or if there are, one of those sides is often demonstrably, woefully wrong.
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