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  • The far-side is on the left and the near-side is on the right.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • The lunar far-side impact structures show a lack of strongly extended density anomalies which are observed beneath some impact basins in the near-side.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • I went somersaulting through the air, roaring, felt my back strike the rump of the near-side horse, and then I was plunging into the snow.

    The Sky Writer

  • We sped silently into it, the sled rocking on the uneven surface; I reined in gently as we went down the reverse slope - and then the lead horse stumbled, whinnying, and came slithering down, the near-side beast swerved sharply, wrenching the reins from my hands, the sled slewed horribly, struck something with a fearful jar, East went flying over the side, and I was hurled headlong forward.

    The Sky Writer

  • And then he was ploughing away over the snow, to where the near-side horse was standing; he pulled the traces free of its head, and hurried off, pulling it along into the underbrush, with me bleating after him.

    The Sky Writer

  • At the midway mark of the first period, Columbus worked the puck down low on the power play and Vyborny beat Mike Smith, who finished with 20 saves, near-side with a soft shot from the right side of the goal line, one second after the power play expired.

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  • My vehicle had shaken violently as the first volley of bullets struck the near-side wing.

    An Ordinary Soldier

  • The agency is also mandating petite female dummies because crash data indicate that 34 percent of all serious and fatal injuries to near-side occupants in side impacts occurred to occupants 5 feet 4 inches or less.

    NHTSA accelerates new car safety rule

  • The agency is also mandating petite female dummies because crash data indicate that 34 percent of all serious and fatal injuries to near-side occupants in side impacts occurred to occupants 5 feet 4 inches or less.

    NHTSA accelerates new car safety rule

  • Semantics and near-side pragmatics resolve reference, and so what proposition is expressed, that is, what is said, by an utterance involving the use of a sentence in a context.

    Pragmatics

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