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  • n. Plural form of sidepiece.


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  • She had a set that she normally wore that had lighter frames with sidepieces of wire that hooked over her ears, but those kept flying off during any sort of exertion; this had been the best they could do for weapons 'practice, and it wasn't very good.

    Exile's Honor

  • He was in his mid-seventies, bald, bespectacled, with one of the sidepieces of his glasses held together with masking tape, and potbellied.

    When the Bough Breaks

  • His face was a little flabby, and his blue eyes glinted behind rimless spectacles supported by thin, gold sidepieces.

    Maigret and the Apparition

  • Whittier frame, and it caught her by one of the straps that held her satin panels together across the violet chiffon sidepieces.

    The Wishing-Ring Man

  • Now only the sidepieces which had held the rungs remained.

    The Hidden Staircase

  • I worked down to the edge of the shelf, and looked over into the pit, and, alas! the state of the remaining parts of the ladder was hopeless, owing partly to the decay of the sidepieces, and partly to the general absence of steps -- a somewhat embarrassing feature under the circumstances.

    Ice-Caves of France and Switzerland

  • The structure of the double helix is somewhat like a ladder, with the base pairs forming the ladder's rungs and the sugar and phosphate molecules forming the vertical sidepieces of the ladder. - Business News

  • With more than 200,000 combinations, users can customize everything including the headband, sidepieces, hinges, speakers, ear cushions and artwork to go on the side of the speakers.


  • A real pair of glasses that can be worn anywhere, both day and night, Eyetop features a high-tech eyewear design along with a miniaturized screen in one of the sidepieces.

    TWICE - Digital Imaging News

  • I guess you didn’t see the hinges? said Harvath as he bent down and easily flipped over one of the sidepieces, revealing a manila envelope taped to the back of it.

    State of the Union


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