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  • The countertenor who sang the part of Radamisto, Spaniard Jordi Domènech, was a bit of a sidler when it came to hitting the notes but he was cute in a cro-magnon way and delivered on more than a couple of his arias despite his shortcomings.

    The Armenian Problem

  • But she wouldn't have thought the shy sidler would be Madelaine Shaftebury, whose skeletal thinness and social rank almost rivaled that of her closest crony, Carmen Finshaw.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • I’m a sidler (or sideler?), you’re a lurker, we shall get along famously.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Dangerous word length experiment. Stand back.

  • He’s up there wandering, thinking his thoughts, a man who drifts in and out of the Wall, a sidler type, doesn’t like to be looked at, and when you enter a name-search the screen reads Searching.

    Underworld

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