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- n. The flat side of a plow opposite the furrow.
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- adj. inland, away from the sea
- adj. In the publicly-accessible area of an airport (before passport and customs control)
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- n. component consisting of a side piece opposite the moldboard
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- The landside is another wearing part bolted to the frog.
There is still some trade "landside," the spokesman said, typically from stranded passengers.
How big an electoral vote difference must the election be to be considered a "landside," or voter "mandate," type of result?
Let's see 7 Republicans out of 40 what a landside.
HSF: After being crushed in the 1994 midterms, Clinton won in a landside in 1996.
The Corps is also putting extra dirt and gravel on the landside of the dike.
The Republicans won a “landside victory” in the 1920 presidential election.
I hope he loses by a landside along with several others who are trying to push the gov. take over of healthcare and this stupid cap & trade bill which will do nothing but make poor people poorer.
In an election, you would call that a super landside.
"This type of disruption is unhelpful to trading, but we have restaurants both landside and airside," a company spokesman said, referring to restaurants open to the public and those accessible only to travellers who have passed through airport security checks.