from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Length.
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We're more likely to make the press pay attention to a story it would ignore (think Trent Lott), or correct for one-sideness (think Josh Marshall etal and SS) or keep alive a story that would die, than we are to scoop the press.
He laments the abusive one-sideness, where even successful respondents have to bear enormous legal costs.
It is thus clear that we aim to extend our experimental work over the whole field of psychology and to avoid one-sideness.
Functionally, there is a double-sideness as well: The northern side (which typically admits softer light, prized by painters and gallery curators alike) is porous to admit sunshine, while the southern side is solid, to minimize passive solar heating.
One of the reasons I left the "peace" movement was because of its one-sideness.