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  • n. Plural form of sidelight.

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Examples

  • When there was no answer, they both peered through the sidelights, then tried the door, which opened.

    Choker

  • I am the founder of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship NFTE and I would like to share my personal memories of Ayn Rand and the effect she and her work had on my life, which provide interesting sidelights on the legendary founder of Objectivism.

    Steve Mariotti: Remembering Ayn Rand

  • "Fairstein's latest is as generously plotted as ever, with a series of fascinatingly grim locales that suit her gifts perfectly - even if she can't resist whispering historical sidelights into your ear with every change of scene."

    Bad Blood by Linda Fairstein: Book summary

  • Conclusion: Mitt Romney is a very lucky man.7.05pm: One of the more exciting sidelights of the recent GOP debates has been the crowd participation.

    GOP presidential economics debate in New Hampshire - as it happened

  • A lot can be made of the sidelights, but Scott is in business to do the best he can for his player, and the team is in business to do the best it can for itself.

    Nationals have an ace up their sleeve in the draft: Strasburg

  • The rest was a white door with two full sidelights.

    Arcane Circle

  • With malice intent have you entered the port of Fitu-Iva after sunset without sidelights burnin '.

    THE FEATHERS OF THE SUN

  • Two sidelights on the arrest drawn from my forthcoming book, Skating on Stilts:

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Travel Data Leads to Times Square Bomb Arrest

  • During the next two hours, Chief Rain-in-the-Face told us all about what had happened to Henry Hudson after he had sailed on his last voyage up the river that now bears his name; while Mr. Black and Mr. McScribe furnished us with some interesting sidelights in the lives of several prominent personages at the courts of Louis XIV and Henry VIII respectively.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • Also in Italy, the police stopped us for not having our sidelights on, but pointed his machine gun through the window to point at the light switch, yikes!

    unexpected

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