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- noun a resident of the east side of Manhattan in New York City
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Unless you're a longtime east-sider, you might not be familiar with Detroit's East English Village neighborhood.
It was axiomatic that you were either a west-side driver or an east-sider.
On Thursday - while millions in Tennessee and Kentucky did not have access to shelter or food - Obama hosted a east-sider: And let me start the list of intersections that could use one of these cameras ….
Brian: Only in a perfect world you will collect 1.8 million for 18,000 tickets. 18,000 times the $100.00 fine is 1.8 ... east-sider: And let me start the list of intersections that could use one of these cameras ….
With their friends Souvanny Sisouvanh, a south-sider; Jason Rench from Norwalk; and Justin Lewis, an east-sider; they managed to win the YPC league.
I really enjoyed reading his local sports updates. east-sider: It's great to see the MJ reporting on the positives coming out of LCS because we all know how they ...