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- n. Plural form of sideyard.
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Military helicopters swooped in Sunday for a dramatic air evacuation of Westerners from a second threatened Ivory Coast city, whirring in before dawn to pluck missionaries, Peace Corps workers and orphans from soccer fields and sideyards there.
Large rear additions and sunless sideyards carried out the idea of a former gentry.
We can go where the paperboy goes, where the mailman goes or where the public can go, but we cannot enter backyards, sideyards.