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  • n. Plural form of flipside.

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Examples

  • To Jonathan Kay, Birthers and Truthers are flipsides of the same coin.

    Beyond the Lunatic Fringe

  • Al Qaeda and the American Republican party -- flipsides of the same coin.

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  • And when harrowing flipsides like "Umbrella" started turning up, I couldn't understand why at least one enterprising horror director out there didn't have the brain to put them in harness right away as the Anglo answer to Goblin.

    In Heaven and Hell With You

  • One of the flipsides of longevity, he points out, is that the average age of those who inherit is a grand old 67.

    The Economist: Correspondent's diary

  • But Claudia's charisma and daring had destructive flipsides - and as she writes her own history she reflects on the prices she paid.

    Telegraph.co.uk: news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • Cheez-It and Town House grew at double digits for the year including great performance from Cheez-It Duos as well as Town House flipsides, our most successful cracker innovation in years.

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  • What they do is remind me of dozens of half-hidden jewels - such commercial flops as the Hit Pack's Never Say No to Your Baby and the Monitors 'Say You, and flipsides like Kim Weston's Don't Compare Me With Her and the Isley Brothers' There's No Love Left - that can give as much pleasure as the acknowledged classics.

    Expecting Rain

  • And before modern pop-up toasters were invented, there were the stovetop pyramids, swingers, reversible doors, chrome floppers, electric flipsides and the rare transparent glass upright toasters.

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  • However, this narrative does not give a full account of the Berlusconi media/political regime which the authors attempt to do next through the concepts of conformism, corruption and patronage as the flipsides to Neoliberalism Italian style.

    Mute magazine - Culture and politics after the net - CULTURE AND POLITICS AFTER THE NET

  • The flipsides support the original's weight, bringing a more modern twist to proceedings.

    Cokemachineglow.com

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