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  • n. Plural form of sidehill.


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  • The weekend forecast has rainy skies drying up for now, but if the maritime weather turns wet, as it did on day 1 in 2009, the park should offer brutal, muddy run-ups and slick sidehills.

    U.S. Cycling This Week: ’Cross on the coasts

  • -- This invention has for its object to improve the construction of single and double-shovel plows, cultivators, etc., to enable them to be readily adjusted for use upon sidehills or level ground, so that the handles may be secured in nearly a level position, while the plow is held in the best position for doing the work properly.

    Scientific American, Volume 17, No. 26 December 28, 1867 A Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry, and Manufactures.

  • The main canal and larger ditches had been blown up in half a dozen places, usually where they wound around sidehills, and the released water had wrought hideous damage to the banks, causing landslides, washing thousands of tons of soil away, making it necessary to alter the ditch line altogether or put in fluming where the damage had occurred.

    Desert Conquest or, Precious Waters

  • Long open parks extended their tongues well back up the timbered sidehills.

    The Settling of the Sage

  • We had to build a table for 'em to eat off, and when they went out rustlin 'for themselves they had to confine themselves to sidehills or flyin' insects.

    Arizona Nights

  • The sidehills on the climb out of the Happy to the Perrins 'Rainy Pass lodge is in some ways worse than the weaving ridge down the snowslide to the bottom.

    Anchorage Daily News - Alaska News


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