How To Use On the side In A Sentence

  • On the sidewalk Soapy began to yell drunken gibberish at the top of his harsh voice.
  • When the gentleman who guided me through the bush left me on the side of a pali, I discovered that Kahele, though strong, gentle, and sure-footed, possesses the odious fault known as balking, and expressed his aversion to ascend the other side in a most unmistakable manner. The Hawaiian Archipelago
  • At the various delivery points, the consignee often treated them to food and drink in return for other messages carried for him on the side.
  • Foramen ad latus, per quod genitalia & excrementa emittuntur: Opening on the side, through which genitalia & excrements put out (?). Archive 2009-01-01
  • Clad in steel, the Giga­Matrix looks like a copier from the late 1980s, with two flat TV monitors on top and a door on the side. Gut Reactions
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  • One time, not too long ago, I saw a line of lame dancers unable to participate in class, sitting on the sidelines, questioning when they would return to dance.
  • I read off the codes on the sides of the boxes and Viktor placed a set of corresponding documents on each. BLOOD IS DIRT
  • Take your Good Grips zester, and using the notch on the side, make a twist from the lemon rind.
  • It was the only year with the chrome spheres on the trunk as shown in the picture along with that year two tone coves on the sides and a "washboard" fake air intake looking but nice hood. Why does this man want to have sex with his mother anyway?
  • Entry is gained from an alley on the side, so narrow that it can at best take a single car.
  • A few well-garlanded madams of the society crowd passed by, gossiping, their rich black minks set for the chill in the Springtime air, their heels clopping gently on the sidewalk.
  • But it's no longer permissible to sit on the sidelines making snide comments.
  • One memorable dins that I made this week was my Savory Summer Simmer from last week, re-heated, over radicchio, with some high-quality Italian canned tuna on top and a whole-wheat flatbread on the side. CSA Week 7
  • Pushers peddle drugs hidden inside cigarette boxes spread out on the sidewalk.
  • He was an extremely picturesque gardener, dressed in knickerbockers and leather gaiters, with a touch of red in his waistcoat, and a cardigan jacket and a cap on the side of his head. Just Patty
  • Death s inevitable.It's a promise made to each of us at birth.But before that promise is kept,we all hope something will happen to us,whether it is the thrill of romance,the joy of raising a family,or the anguish of great loss.We all hope to experience something that make our lives meaningful,but the sad fact is,not all lives have meaning.Some people spend their time on this planet just sitting on the sidelines,waiting for something to happen to them,before it's too late.
  • Her hair was lighter now, almost a honey blonde and she had curled it, parting her hair on the left side, leaving her bangs in a soft curl turning upwards on the side of her head.
  • I have been fortunate enough to find myself all my life on the side of tolerance.
  • In the grainy black and white photo I can still make out the sheen of A.'s hair oil and the way he slicked his dark locks back on the sides.
  • The old man lived in a cottage on the side of the hill.
  • The base of these hills was of close-grained white-coloured granite, or whinstone: the summits of good freestone: on the sides several good pieces of iron ore were picked up. Journals of Two Expeditions into the Interior of New South Wales
  • Her shiny, long, brown hair was parted on the side, and swept back into a mass of curly locks at the nape of her neck.
  • But it clearly has "www.cakewrecks.com" written on the side of it-it *has* to be intentional, as much fun as the other possibilities are. Call Me!
  • A string of multicolored lights circled the pilothouse of the towboat, and an artificial, faded green wreath was tacked onto a large life ring on the side, near the name Sophie B. The Best Way to Lose
  • In fact, the church will be in collusion with evil if it does not stand on the side of the victim.
  • As he passed the entrance of the church he heard a bump on the side of his van.
  • He must have a young bit on the side.
  • He clearly and decisively came down on the side of President Rafsanjani.
  • I was on the sidelines about to untuck my shirt," LSU safety NCAA Division I College Football - Louisiana State vs. Kentucky
  • He had her name put on the sides in big, bold opalescent green, hoping it would reflect like the shimmerings of an imaginary dragon.
  • Groggy from lack of sleep, I emerged from my building the next morning and looked for bloodstains on the sidewalk.
  • The British media may be attacked for the weakness of its investigative reporting and the salaciousness and dodgy practices of the tabloids, but I would rather err on the side of a profession that is hard to control than one that is pliant. Privacy decisions can't just be left to judges and politicians
  • After processional main forces awaits machine hall through home, gather in bay boat to match a park on the side of eat building in.
  • Another popular style of headboard has a recessed panel framed on the sides and top with a molding.
  • There's a pile of dog shit on the sidewalk.
  • Sachs Butterfly House in Chesterfield, says they make that sound by vibrating an organ on the side of their thorax called a tymbal. Cicadas Swarm Wide Portions of US
  • Instead, they hold talks on the sidelines of multilateral meetings.
  • Warm? You could fry egg on the sidewalk.
  • Here's my juicy plate with brisket and my spinach on the side.
  • Sheer orders of magnitude matter, and the orders of magnitude do not come down on the side of the real-balance effect.
  • The young man was putting his grocery sack on the sidewalk.
  • They're completely unsafe, I'm sure they would be banned in America: they run on batteries, and have fine wires which are electrified when you push a button on the side of the handle.
  • Picky Penny proceeded to order the chipotle chicken wrap with no onions, no peppers, light on the shredded spinach, cheddar instead of pepper jack, and the chipolte dressing on the side.
  • I just wanted to know if you think that maybe he's in cahoots with somebody, if he has somebody maybe working with him on the side.
  • Two brachiosauri with a Christ complex walk across a prehistoric lake mural on the side of the building.
  • Spoon hot parsnip purée into the pastry cases, top with mushrooms, add dill garnish with lemon wedge on the side. Times, Sunday Times
  • Rather than make the top an ordinary rectangle, I put some mild curves on the sides which give it a ‘butterfly’ shape and spokeshaved some chamfers on the underneath of the table
  • The high priest having done this, perfumed the sanctuary, returned to the door, took the blood of the slain bullock, and, carrying it into the holy of holies, sprinkled it with his finger once upon the mercy seat "eastward" -- that is, on the side next to himself; and seven times "before the mercy seat" -- that is, on the front of the ark. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • It was the perfect comeback after so long on the sidelines following groin surgery and then a subsequent infection which further hindered his fitness. The Sun
  • Ezra stood on the sidewalk with the river and the mill over his shoulder.
  • After parting the hair on the side, she pulled it into a high ponytail, securing the bang with hair wax.
  • I shrank back into the shadows of the alley and saw people passing by on the sidewalk.
  • The motorcyclist drove on the sidewalk for a short distance. Arcane Circle
  • The dachshund had his feet splayed out on the sidewalk.
  • Serve with buttered toast on the side. Times, Sunday Times
  • Liz B said ... becky, both statcounter & mybloglog have an "upgraded" service for money, but unless you're getting hits in the thousands you really don't need the upgrade. and even tho statcounter only saves the last 100 searches, they hold onto the overall stats. book fairie, good, I'm glad I've got you on the sidebar you Attolia fans rock! And You Came Here For That?
  • Prices for natural rubber have stabilized at high levels but prices for synthetic rubber are increasing rapidly, driven by higher prices of butadiene, which is used to make it, Mr. Setzer said on the sidelines of the Frankfurt Motor Show Wednesday. Continental May Raise Tire Prices
  • But part of the recognition of the Fall is to realize that though no person is wholly good or wholly evil, one is still obliged to fight on the side of justice, even if one's side is tainted by sin and impure motives.
  • He stood on the side of the pool flexing his muscles.
  • I lingered on the sidewalk outside the old house, wondering who lived there now.
  • Italy intervened on the side of Franco, while the French government followed a policy of non-intervention.
  • BDownstairs, at the neighboring La Colonial Market, an employee barbecues chicken in a black kettle on the sidewalk.
  • Always stay away from the dam side and use the time to hang fenders on the side of the boat where the lock house is and watch the light by the lock house.
  • I am on the side of legalising cannabis for a number of reasons, firstly to break the link between cannabis and hard drugs.
  • Alternatively you can take it by place your fingertips on the side of your neck. The Family Nutrition Workbook
  • Men strolled on the sidewalks, clad in long billowing cloaks, with openly displayed swords.
  • Then, when the sun goes down, the outer bark may freeze too quickly and split on the side last facing the sun.
  • Soup was ladled into it, and the next woman placed a piece of crusty bread on the side along with a browning apple.
  • Providence is always on the side of the strongest battalions. 
  • On the side of the road a male pigeon flaps his wings around a female.
  • A little mustard is served on the side to add further piquancy.
  • Erring on the side of overcaution. Times, Sunday Times
  • Garvin had scratch marks on the side of her face.
  • The sun shone brightly and the gutters on the side of the street shone and sparkled with the run-off from the melting snow.
  • These fabulous characters use their extraordinary and unnatural physical and psychic powers on the side of either good or evil.
  • When James found her she was just some ratty bird dog on the side of some country back road.
  • Tom appeared on the sidewalk with a bucket of whitewash and a long - handled brush.
  • Getting dressed on the side of a logging road with no real place to park, we scramble to get our clothes on, gear stashed and snowshoes lashed to our boots before the first crazed logger sweeps around the corner in his big rig.
  • Fish restaurants do sometimes serve them, but only as a garnish on the side of assorted shellfish platters. Times, Sunday Times
  • He slipped his foot into the stirrup of the heavy black western saddle and placed his fingertips on the side of the horses' neck.
  • Though she spent the majority of her time with the crew, she and her guardian could often be found on the poop deck, sitting on the side of the ship, she in her under dress and bare feet.
  • Wenger stood on the sidelines shouting instructions to his team.
  • On the sides, long-eared creatures utter foliage from their mouths, and more stems issue from two heads at the rear.
  • The glazed carrots on the side were a perfect addition to the dish.
  • Serve with steamed jasmine rice on the side. The Sun
  • Serve with the pieces of toasted sourdough and sour cream on the side. The Sun
  • Inevitably, banks and solicitors will err on the side of caution and decline to proceed with transactions. Times, Sunday Times
  • Are we going to be fighting for playoff seeding in April only to have Yi bricking shots while a CBA representative sits on the sidelines working his stopwatch?
  • The waves were lapping on the side of the boat.
  • Pale ferruginous, with the anterior part of the face darker, the mandibles incrassate and very dark fusco-ferruginous; head very large and divided by a deep longitudinal channel, emarginate behind, nearly quadrate; the eyes small and placed forwards on the sides of the head. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology
  • 317 The myrtle is the young hair upon the side face The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • Police Control – Sorry Mrs X our unit is awaiting on the side of the road at the moment as they have a headlight out and a puncture. It’s A Car Tyre – I Can Manage – Go Away! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG
  • He turned on the sidelights as he went through the door.
  • There are counter arguments that can be made on the side of the traditional 2-way clustered architectures.
  • If there is any doubt, we should err on the side of caution. The Sun
  • In some cities, I threw my hat on the sidewalk and juggled oranges for the passersby.
  • For those who want to leave their cars on the sidelines and try out something a more racy, a £20 donation will get you a spin in a Porsche or Noble.
  • He dumped 33 cattle stomachs on the side of the road, earning him a court appearance and press coverage.
  • Surely artificially lighting up the site would increase the likelihood of people trying to stop on the side of the A303 to get a better view? Times, Sunday Times
  • I could hear the water lapping on the sides of my punt.
  • The aluminium balustrade with afrormosia handrail supports an angled hardwood book rest and the cast aluminium reading lamp, with a curved metal stem, springs from a hardwood post on the side.
  • And I feel like a wrinkled, ugly chaperone sitting here on the sidelines.
  • Next I had a swordfish medallion with a crispy crust made of prawns and things, and some squid on the side and some unidentified vegetables, a bit like the ones you put in ratatouille. palace
  • Death s inevitable.It's a promise made to each of us at birth.But before that promise is kept,we all hope something will happen to us,whether it is the thrill of romance,the joy of raising a family,or the anguish of great loss.We all hope to experience something that make our lives meaningful,but the sad fact is,not all lives have meaning.Some people spend their time on this planet just sitting on the sidelines,waiting for something to happen to them,before it's too late.
  • Garbage blowing on the sidewalk would offend them as much as would a dully designed highrise.
  • Delete or abrase the scribed mortise lines for the stiffening transoms on the side opposite the corner tenon. Chapter 7
  • But hoummos has another, second life as an accompaniment to simple grills, served on the side in the same way that you would serve mashed potato or a parsnip purée.
  • After looking around for a few seconds, he stooped down to pick up a snail shell he found on the sidewalk.
  • Three days before Mr. Mubarak left office, al Qaeda in Iraq, an affiliate group, released a statement that highlighted the gulf between the protesters in Tahrir Square and the jihadis on the sidelines: "Beware of the tricks of un-Islamic ideologies, such as filthy and evil secularism, infidelic democracy, and putrid idolic patriotism and nationalism," it said. Uprisings Put al Qaeda on Sidelines
  • In this great struggle between the iconoclasts and the adherents to the use of the icons, the Athenians placed themselves on the side of iconolatry. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne
  • Alvin placed the tray squarely on the sideboard and turned three glasses upright.
  • To me, soy is like the professional athlete that signs an unlimited use licensing agreement for his/her name and suddenly finds their image on the side of a cigarette box. Craig Cooper: Soy: When It's Good, When It's Bad, And How To Tell
  • The antique vehicle is also a treat to look at, with its red coachwork, gold lining on the bonnet, antique lamps and a wicker picnic basket on the side. Baby, You Can Drive My Car
  • There were visible layers of filth, grime, dirt, mildew on the sides of the shower stalls and on the floor.
  • Just the fact that somewhere on the sidewall is the word "rotation" followed by an arrow pointing the wrong way makes me extremely uneasy, and actually riding a wheel set up this way makes me feel like a cat being brushed backwards. Cycling Customs: Flashing the Biological Passport
  • The snow was piled high except on the sidewalks, where it had been neatly shoveled away by the mufflered Winnebago sons and fathers. Fanny Herself
  • An antenna coil of a reader or writer apparatus for communicating with the IC chip is arranged on the side of an optical pickup module which faces a rotary axis of the optical disc.
  • This chapel is profusely enriched with ball-flower moulding, both inside and on the side next the ambulatory. Bell's Cathedrals: The Abbey Church of Tewkesbury with some Account of the Priory Church of Deerhurst Gloucestershire
  • A magnet then holds the beads/nucleic acids on the side of the tip while remaining material is ejected. The Scientist
  • Whenever you find yourself on the side of the majority, it is time to pause and reflect. Mark Twain 
  • A slot had to be marked out and cut out on the side of the case for the motherboard I / O plate to fit in.
  • So he picked him up and took hint off the rubber runner and set him down on the sidewalk.
  • The young man was putting his grocery sack on the sidewalk.
  • He is in a Maori cloak and waving the tino rangatiratanga flag on the side of iwi, who the coalition suggests will be granted ownership rights, mining rights, development rights and veto rights that might impinge on Kiwis 'rights to visit the beach. Stuff.co.nz - Stuff
  • The skin on the side of his face burned suddenly and the brunette slapped a hand to his cheek, expecting it to come into contact with a mosquito or a gnat.
  • Arthur, with his sword holden in both his hands, on the side of the head, that the sword pierced the helmet and the brain-pan; and then Sir Modred fell stark dead upon the earth. The Age of Chivalry
  • It is bleached on the side at which hydrogen gas is evolved in consequence of the liberated hydrogen withdrawing oxygen from the indigo, thereby forming a colorless deoxidized indigo. The Forces of Matter, Delivered before a Juvenile Auditory at the Royal Institution of Great Britain during the Christmas Holidays of 1859-60
  • Serve with labneh or yoghurt and extra rose harissa on the side for those who like it spicy. Times, Sunday Times
  • He wears a black velour tracksuit with white piping and white high-top sneakers, and his dark, auburn-tinged hair is cut short on the sides and longer and somewhat spiky on top.
  • Death s inevitable.It's a promise made to each of us at birth.But before that promise is kept,we all hope something will happen to us,whether it is the thrill of romance,the joy of raising a family,or the anguish of great loss.We all hope to experience something that make our lives meaningful,but the sad fact is,not all lives have meaning.Some people spend their time on this planet just sitting on the sidelines,waiting for something to happen to them,before it's too late.
  • The least "wabble" might cause the current to strike her on the side, and send her over on her beam ends in the vortex below us. Up the River or, Yachting on the Mississippi
  • Some one was shuffling by on the sidewalk.
  • Their house was on the side of the valley.
  • Take your cue from the tone set by the interviewer but err on the side of formality.
  • And the presence of the glands in this location might explain another unusual aspect of metriorhynchid cranial anatomy, namely the strange elongate, groove-like antorbital fossae present in these animals (the antorbital fossa is an accessory opening present on the side of the skull in archosaurs). My party and those marvellous metriorhynchids
  • High on the side of the valley is a band of hard stone, below which softer rock has eroded out leaving overhangs and rock shelters along the base of the cliff.
  • When excited or scared, a white streak appears on the sides, extending backwards from the pectoral fins.
  • Having McCutcheon, a native of New Zealand, on the sidelines is crucial, said Richard Lambourne. USA beats Russia to reach Olympic volleyball final
  • Otherwise we're going a smoldering cigarette on the sidewalk and Yao will be the combat boot.
  • By the time they stopped on the sidewalk in front of her house, they were both soaked to the bone and dripping wet.
  • The body protoplasm is generally crescentic; there are two chromatin masses, the larger one, the nucleus, on the side of the convexity, the other narrower, more deeply stained situated usually on the edge of the concavity, the centrosome. Alphonse Laveran - Nobel Lecture
  • A leaf skittering on the sidewalk sounded like tinfoil.
  • Squeeze over the lemon wedges and sprinkle on some cayenne pepper, then serve with the vegetables and toast cut into triangles on the side. The Sun
  • He parted his hair on the side, wore his socks too high, and liked old-time country music.
  • As soon as Angel had gotten comfy sitting on the side of her own mattress, with her long, spidery legs hanging over the sides, Dr. Spear spoke.
  • I'm staring at a neat cubical wombat dropping, perched on the side of the path.
  • Death s inevitable.It's a promise made to each of us at birth.But before that promise is kept,we all hope something will happen to us,whether it is the thrill of romance,the joy of raising a family,or the anguish of great loss.We all hope to experience something that make our lives meaningful,but the sad fact is,not all lives have meaning.Some people spend their time on this planet just sitting on the sidelines,waiting for something to happen to them,before it's too late.
  • Frankie errs on the side of edgy celeb rather than pimping stars spruiking the latest big Hollywood blockbuster.
  • The waves were lapping on the side of the boat.
  • She appeared amongst her companions, and vanished from them, with a degree of rapidity which was inconceivable and hedges, treillage, or such like obstructions, were surmounted by her in a manner which the most vigilant eye could not detect; for, after being observed on the side of the barrier at one instant, in another she was beheld close beside the spectator. Anne of Geierstein
  • It is of course essential that doctors should consider themselves on the side of their patients. Times, Sunday Times
  • They weren't always on the side of good, and even when they were, they still regularly made morally dubious judgements, but they were always true to their natures.
  • No guitars to hold it together, no massive keyboard riffs, just these thin insistent pulses with flurries of sound on the sides. A Question Of Blown Minds
  • After a brief stint as a literary critic in the columns of L' Indicatore Genovese on the side of the romanticists against classicists, he found his way into the secret society of the carbonari to conspire and agitate for government reform.
  • Thorax: the metathorax finely transversely rugose, the sides with bright silvery-white pubescence; the coxæ, the thorax beneath and on the sides, with fine silky sericeous pile; the anterior tibiæ and tarsi, and all the femora at their apex beneath, ferruginous; wings hyaline and iridescent, nervures black; the outer margin of the tegulæ testaceous. Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3 Zoology
  • Also on the front fascia, but on the side of it, is this collection of connectors.
  • On the side, Ernest trained with me (randy stroud) to help his sensitivity in the clinch, and agressive punching with some internal martial arts concepts and western boxing. WN.com - Articles related to Suspected arms dealer may be extradited to US
  • The APEC leaders are also expected to hold a number of bilateral talks on the sidelines of the summit.
  • I agree with Lois - Not only has no poet ever seen the kind of money James Patterson makes, there's also that smarmy tone Amanda Urban uses: when she says "some poet" she makes poets sound like something you step in accidentally on the sidewalk. J.K. Rowling wishes they paid by the word.
  • Rice flour crackers, served on the side or piled right on top of the noodles, add crunch and (very important) another means by which to sop up the nectareous sweet, sour, fragrant, and spicy gravy that results when noodles, chicken, sambal, condiments, and broth are mixed.
  • The player received treatment on the side of the pitch.
  • My world you can on the sidelines, but can't speak.
  • Serve the curry with rice on the side. The Sun
  • On the day I visited, several manic-looking men whom I took to be junkies were loitering on the sidewalk outside the entrance.
  • Her tangerine-colored gown went down to the floor and had a slit on the side that went up to her thighs.
  • This is the truck with a giant crane arm that comes down the street and picks up the large tree limbs and other debris that people leave out on the sidewalk to be taken away by the city.
  • He sucks in his cheeks and chortles with the glee of a guy who just found a twenty on the sidewalk. Ann Landi: Dating After Divorce: Geezer Dates
  • Virtually all present were on the kaiser's team, while two first lieutenants played on the side of the armies of France, Britain, Belgium, and Holland.
  • Avery had "Rob 'Kandy' Kane" painted on the side of the plane. ROBERT KANE
  • On the side, calligraphed in elegant black script, were several profound words.
  • Stanford 31 - Oklahoma State 31, 5:12 4th Quarter: As the Stanford offense takes the field on their own 31, tight end Coby Fleener is on the sideline with an injury. Oklahoma State 41, Stanford 38 - as it happened! | Michael Solomon
  • Hundreds of them had spent the night camped out on the sidewalk in the numbing midwinter cold.
  • They may cloak themselves in all manner of legalistic garb, prattling about human rights and producing other pretexts for trying to stop us because we're on the side of the angels.
  • She saw a young family walking by on the sidewalk.
  • Dessert cutlery is set above the place mat; butter knife is on the side plate.
  • Garnish cake with remaining Amarene cherries and syrup; slice and serve with chocolate zabaglione on the side.
  • This brainiac is driving with his left foot extended out the driver’s side window and is resting his ankle on the side mirror. 2009 August « Mudpuddle
  • It is not respectable to spit on the sidewalk.
  • His western omelet comes with hash browns on the side and a superfluous garnish of an orange slice and parsley.
  • The crème brûlée French toast with vanilla custard on the side was quite nice if entirely excessive.
  • There's a small slider switch on the side to switch between on, off and auto.
  • It reminds me of how on a certain Illinois highway, the cops would park a patrol car in a visible area on the side of the road.
  • Stay with vinegar-and-oil salad dressing, and when in doubt, ask for it on the side.
  • Creed stood on the sidewalk outside the Palace Hotel.
  • There was a short circuit Wednesday night on the side of the Cal State Northridge gym where the scoreboard is controlled.
  • There is the promise of Eastern mysticism, with the Chinese characters on the side reading “I devote myself to Amida Buddha”, the chant of the Pure Land school of Buddhism. Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-05-31
  • This species is at once known from Chelodina longicollis by the form of its high, flat sternum, which is strongly keeled on the sides, and by this part being of a uniform reddish colour, without any dark margin to the plates; the hinder part of the sternum is only slightly concavely truncated, and not deeply notched. Journals of Two Expeditions of Discovery in North-West and Western Australia, Volume 2
  • The stolen gym shoe, hurled by Snecky, caught him on the side of the face.
  • For now, he is concerned by Edinburgh council's plans to build a glass cage over the Waverley Steps entrance to the railway station, which he says will intrude on the side elevation of the Balmoral.
  • And when Niall, who stood on the sideline for 40 minutes, finally got the beck, he didn't disappoint, scoring his first point in 20 years.
  • I heard footsteps on the sidewalk and saw a hulk of a man approaching from the office, who I first assumed was a guest.
  • It is served cold with hot melted butter with a dash of lemon in it on the side.
  • Where there was the slightest doubt - as there usually is - the referees erred on the side of caution. Times, Sunday Times
  • Jack sat down heavily on the side of the bed.
  • I was not satisfied that any general political opinion could be imputed to him on the lines of his being on the side of law and order and against the ‘dark forces’ of guerrillas and criminal gangs.
  • Even dessert was dispensable, although a choice of liqueurs was on the sideboard.
  • Many shops that used to display ample stock on the sidewalk were stripped bare.
  • There was a huge gash on the side of her ribcage that extended half-way across her chest.
  • It is a 'doddle' just sitting on the sidelines whinging about 'The Government' - which is why so many are not willing to take it on. Budget Debate. Post Script
  • With aloo gobi and a keema nan on the side! Times, Sunday Times

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