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  • v. Present participle of sidewind.

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Examples

  • When he made his major league debut with the Texas Rangers in 2005, he was a sidewinding reliever less than two years removed from Tommy John elbow surgery.

    Reinvented Feldman thriving as Rangers starter

  • Nor is it the grass snake sidewinding smoothly through the beck.

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  • Roberto Bolano's The Savage Detectives is a vast, sexy, sidewinding book that turns the novel inside-out through of a sheer love of storytelling.

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  •   It would have been a delayed reaction sort of conversation because I wouldn't have remembered sidewinding or been accessible in the moment he saw it, but he could have seen it, and then we could have chatted about it in the morning.

    Fear of Snakes

  • It would have been a delayed reaction sort of conversation because I wouldn't have remembered sidewinding or been accessible in the moment he saw it, but he could have seen it, and then we could have chatted about it in the morning.

    Fear of Snakes

  • After navigating barriers, sidewinding pathways, checkpoints, and crowds, I made it into Invesco about the time that Bill Richardson was speaking.

    The Perfect Blend of Populism and Nationalism

  • "I think we're clear on the question, " Matthew says, because he can stand Randy's supercilious sidewinding monologue maybe one minute longer.

    Predator

  • Pissed as hell, but sidewinding itself quickly down the rut.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • It was Martinez who crushed a two-run homer off Arizona's sidewinding reliever

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  • The ideal situation for manager Bob Brenly is to have Johnson and Schilling finish what they start and hope underrated starter Batista can get the game at least close to sidewinding and stomach-churning closer Byung-Hyun Kim.

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