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  • The Illyrian commanders tried to keep their right side in position, but the men were naturally drawn to the left to engage the enemy and protect themselves.

    Alexander the Great

  • This meant the Macedonian front line struck the Illyrian troops on their left, while the right side of the Illyrian line watched.

    Alexander the Great

  • Woody, Tales, and the Professorthe three who felt Preacher Wils skin color would pose problemswere cut off from the rest of the squad on the right side of the field.

    Sluggers: Water, Water Everywhere

  • At long last, there seemed to be no further evidence of the sixsome on the short grass below, so I stood up on the tee and hit a two hybrid that sailed up into the morning sun, high over the trees on the right side of the fairway, then began to curl gently left.

    The Italian Summer

  • Theo Walcott - hoping to be in the England World Cup squad - beat the offside trap to latch onto Bacary Sagna's pass and dart into the right side of the penalty area.

    TEAMtalk Football News

  • To Marcelino Gonzalez: For thirty years of loyal friendship, a few good hairdos, and sharing the right side of your bed on 15th and 16th Street.

    Follow the Model

  • Victim is female, approximately seventeen years of age, with evidence of denticulated trauma to the right side of the face and neck.

    The Monstrumologist

  • When she had showed Shay her pretty morphos, Tally had mentioned how she always started by doubling her left side—that she had always hated the right side of her face.

    Uglies

  • The mosaics of the right side represent a scheme of twenty-six saints going to receive their crowns, towards a group representing Christ, beardless, enthroned amid four angels; which lattter group is the best.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • †WTO membership alone does not imply a place on the right side of the J curve—Cuba and Burma have been members since 1995.

    The J Curve

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