How To Use Side by side In A Sentence

  • I should have been side by side with you in your existence, having for my only care not to disarrange the cover of my dreadful pit. Les Miserables
  • Although the complex syncopated rhythms of duets can sound to the untrained ear as if they are coming from one bird, they are the efforts of two wrens perched side by side and interposing their notes with precise timing.
  • They stood side by side for a moment, staring into the torn undersides of the chair, at the cobwebs and the little balls of spider eggs.
  • Directly opposite him, on the other side of the enclosed space, were two doors, exactly alike and side by side.
  • Side by side they lay among the morning-glories, with the yellow blossoms of the hau dropping upon them from overhead, watching the motes of men toil upward, till the thing happened, and three of them, slipping, rolling, sliding, dashed over a cliff-lip and fell sheer half a thousand feet. Koolau the Leper
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  • They were sitting side by side on her couch watching reruns of an old show.
  • I feel strange seeing Annique so comparatively unclothed, and even stranger as we lie side by side sunbathing. A ROOMFUL OF BIRDS - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES 1990
  • But side by side with that history of inflation from the infinitesimal to the immense is another development, the change year by year from the shabby impecuniosity of the Camden Town lodging to the lavish munificence of the Crest Hill marble staircase and my aunt's golden bed, the bed that was facsimiled from Fontainebleau. Tono Bungay
  • Side by side they walked to a ring of chairs arranged in a semicircle under a tree. THE IMAGE OF LAURA
  • Minimal pairs and nearly minimal pairs should be placed side by side across the lists.
  • With whole families living side by side, often crammed into a few square feet of space, the communities are now crowded and insanitary dots of green in a vast inland sea.
  • Plant two or more rows of the same variety side by side to ensure optimal pollination.
  • The commandant tapped his heart, looked once more at the old pontooner, mounted his horse again, and went his way side by side with Benassis. The Country Doctor
  • “Complementary” is a term prevalent in England, and carries the implication that unconventional therapies can coexist side by side with mainstream medicine. The Best Alternative Medicine
  • Dunkeld; for this fact illustrates one of the great evils under which the Scottish Church was at this time labouring, namely the usurpation of abbeys and benefices by great secular chieftains, an abuse existing side by side, and closely connected with, the scandal of concubinage among the clergy, with its inevitable consequence, the hereditary succession to benefices, and wholesale secularization of the property of the Church. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
  • He was first told that Muslims pray side by side, toe to toe, heel to heel, "so the shaytan cannot go in between. Killing the Buddha
  • For a few minutes they lay side by side in companionable silence staring up at the shadows on the ceiling. FALLEN WOMEN
  • In a stone-quiet room with many pools of different temperatures and salt consistencies, we went into soft-yellow lit booths, side by side, and washed before our individual mirrors. Karin Badt: An All-Night Bath Experience In Tokyo (PHOTOS)
  • Last year Jeff grew some 150 pepper varieties side by side this way and had no problems with cross-pollination.
  • We sat side by side on a sofa with rebellious springs and a layer of cat hair.
  • If you take a photo of a person sitting quite still and then move the camera about three inches to one side and take another photo, when you look at he photos placed side by side through a stereoscope, the person appears to stand out.
  • She had two tall, shapely brass candlesticks that sat side by side on a small table in her entryway.
  • We stand side by side with you in this dispute.
  • He left the path along the water and stole under the trees, along the deep shadow of little plantations, where the boughs of chestnut trees hung their great leaves low, and there was blacker refuge, shaping his course in circles which had for their object a stealthy inspection of chairs side by side, against tree-trunks, of enlaced lovers, who stirred at his approach. The Man of Property
  • In the picture are two men, almost interchangeable, working side by side as they dig a ditch.
  • The two women were sitting side by side at the single table in the room. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW
  • The two communities exist happily side by side.
  • I well remember the pair of them, toward the last, worn and feeble, in beggars 'rags, with beggars' bowls, sunning themselves side by side on the cliffs, telling old stories and cackling shrill-voiced like children. Chapter 15
  • Finally all three dahabeeyahs ran in abreast, and moored side by side in front of a row of little open cafés just outside the town. A Thousand Miles Up the Nile
  • The lack of fresh water here forced him to sail eastward to St Ann's Bay where he stranded the ships side by side a bow's shot from the shore.
  • Mount the tanks side by side on a firm base .
  • Divide the thyme into two bunches and lay side by side with space between them. Times, Sunday Times
  • Gabriel got out of the car and side by side they walked into Belmodes, Sloane Street, in bad-tempered silence. COFFIN IN FASHION
  • Tenants will sit side by side with councillors and independent members on the boards.
  • Side by side with his mining operations he extended his activities to the production of firebacks and other articles for use in building operations where resistance to great heat was required, notably blast furnaces.
  • We sit side by side at the bar counter of an old fishermen's shack where they've been filming.
  • Father brought home an old harpsichord, and we even tried to teach ourselves how to play, sitting side by side in the parlor, my right hand and his left hand, plunking away at the keys.
  • After seventy-eight years in this fair island, side by side, with the progress and improvements above referred to, there are still hundreds and hundreds of men and women who live like savages in unfloored huts, huddled together like beasts of the field, without regard to health or comfort. The Journal of Negro History, Volume 4, 1919
  • Another door opened beneath the king, and a priest, followed by a band of choristers, and dancing maidens blowing joyous airs on golden horns and treading an epithalamic measure, advanced to where the pair stood side by side, and the wedding was promptly and cheerily solemnized. Short Stories for English Courses
  • The three men in yellow slick overalls stand side by side. Times, Sunday Times
  • Separated in bowls sitting side by side on a table in a window display, the two Siamese fighting fish swam tight, excited circles. DO NO HARM
  • Side by side they were sitting on a bench, the picture of dejection. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE
  • An old priest and a young one sat side by side on the ground with a book.
  • Caleb sat next his daughter; Dot and her old schoolfellow were side by side; the good Carrier took care of the bottom of the table. The Cricket on the Hearth
  • The most magically successful of piano concertos and a relative failure are here put side by side. Times, Sunday Times
  • Admiral Ting formed his ships in line abreast, that is side by side with every bow towards the enemy. Famous Sea Fights From Salamis to Tsu-Shima
  • This is the whole idea behind his faith-based initiatives program, is that faith-based organizations can stand side by side with secular, non-sectarian organizations in providing charitable services.
  • The US dollar is the most commonly used foreign currency and trades openly side by side with the kwanza (local currency), at the rate of 1 to 80 in March 2004.
  • Pink Tea is a satin rose-pink, and if I’d realized how similar it was going to look to Lovecloud, I would have swatched them side by side.
  • US-style means having the fridge and freezer compartments side by side instead of the one section above the other. The Sun
  • Although the complex syncopated rhythms of duets can sound to the untrained ear as if they are coming from one bird, they are the efforts of two wrens perched side by side and interposing their notes with precise timing.
  • So Melanie, what about the projected demographics of Palestinians and Jews living 'harmoniously' side by side within the 'democratic' State of Israel? On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • Benito Hernández-Bermejo and Robert Mills both gave different answers to the problem, which were published side by side, and showed the interesting room for interpretation here. The Language of Science – it’s “just a theory”
  • There, military police operated effectively side by side with infantry and armored troops in peace-enforcing efforts.
  • Mount the tanks side by side on a firm base .
  • And then it was bed-time — kerosene must be economized — and he wound his watch, entered the weather in his diary, and took off his shoes, the right shoe first, and placed them, just so, side by side, at the foot of the bed on his side. ON THE MAKALOA MAT
  • Then there might have been a unity with the law courts, and an avoidance of the two bulks of the Hilton and the BT Tower side by side. Buildings like us, made permanent.
  • Mr. EARL TULLEY (Vice Presidential Candidate, Navajo Nation): But one thing that I really appreciate is when we stand side by side ... Navajo Nation Could Elect First Female President
  • To place those two disputatious lawyers side by side, even in after-life, would have been a certain recipe for conflict.
  • Right outside the window a male indigo bunting and a male goldfinch are eating side by side.
  • The two columns of carts and wagons only just had room to pass side by side on the narrow road. Man of Honour
  • - Two huge capital ships over coruscant, side by side exchanging shots, explosions all around worlds in a grain of sand
  • The pilot and co-pilot/gunner sit side by side with the pilot on the starboard side.
  • This is a magical piece of theatre, with a streak of engaging, sly humour and playfulness that takes you into a theatrical world where naturalism and expressionism, realism and surrealism sit side by side.
  • Reified levels of generational cohorts are now living side by side, as new generations are being birthed while multiple older generations still remain, in testimony to ever lengthening lifespans.
  • If you compare the two books side by side, it is clear that the author of the second has plagiarized .
  • All the larger nerve-fibers lie side by side in the nerve-trunks, and are bound together by delicate connective tissue, enclosed in a sheath of the same material, termed the _neurilemma_. The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser in Plain English or, Medicine Simplified, 54th ed., One Million, Six Hundred and Fifty Thousand
  • Eli got progressively better, as good as his crooked legs and scoliotic back and twitchy arms would allow, and by week's end he and I stood side by side against the wall, while the rest of our team compared bruises on the sideline. Land of the Blind
  • Members of such groups sometimes even feed peacefully side by side on superabundant resources in areas of territorial overlap, as occurs in the baboons I studied.
  • The two cannot at the moment live comfortably side by side. Times, Sunday Times
  • Party members fought side by side with trade unionists for a change in the law.
  • Then we'll edit each other's copy and make the changes side by side at the computer.
  • Cluster three chestnuts side by side in a circle, gluing them together with your glue gun.
  • Among the lower animals, up even to those first cousins of the vertebrated animals, the Tunicates, the two processes occur side by side, but finally the sexual method superseded its competitor altogether. The War of The Worlds
  • The _kélong_ is a weir composed of nets made of split bambu, fastened in an upright position, side by side, to posts fixed into the bed of the stream, or into the sand in the shallow water of a harbour. British Borneo Sketches of Brunai, Sarawak, Labuan, and North Borneo
  • Exchange the terms for the terms the "uncomprehended" and the "incomprehensible," and we will walk side by side. The Christian Foundation, Or, Scientific and Religious Journal, Volume 1, January, 1880
  • The soundtrack to Rachel Lowe's video piece is more restrained - on two screens side by side we watch a woman smoke fags and drink coffee, and hear the fuzzy hubbub of the nowheresville shopping mall she's in.
  • The only way through this barrier was an infamous pass known as the Cilician Gates, a narrow defile barely wide enough for a handful of men to march side by side. Alexander the Great
  • If you compare the two books side by side, it is clear that the author of the second has plagiarized .
  • The crews sat side by side at the finish, lactic acid racing through their bodies, unsure whether to laugh or cry as they waited for the result. Times, Sunday Times
  • The two children are walking side by side.
  • Beyond the wave they had gone through, they finally showed, side by side, still six feet apart, swimming shoreward with a steady stroke until the next wave should make them body-surf it or face and pierce it. THE KANAKA SURF
  • I have never heard of the cream version of bagna cauda, but now we may have to try them side by side for comparison. Two Recipes for Bagna Càuda (Δύο Συνταγές για Μπάνια Καούντα)
  • Such a winding, as is shown in Fig. 96, where the two wires are laid on side by side, is called a _parallel differential winding_. Cyclopedia of Telephony & Telegraphy Vol. 1 A General Reference Work on Telephony, etc. etc.
  • The two communities exist happily side by side.
  • The joy of opposition is its simplicity; Ukrainians understood what we opposed and stood side by side with us.
  • WALD: Well, we are always concerned with the recent history of (AUDIO GAP) earthquake is what we call strike slip, which means two faults are going side by side (AUDIO GAP) on land. CNN Transcript Jan 12, 2010
  • It's only the best who get to fight side by side with the metapsychic warriors in the High Melee against the Firvulag. The Golden Torc
  • Charcoal-grilled pljeskavica and cevapi … have become common in neighborhoods like Astoria and Ridgewood in Queens, where Bosnians and Croatians, Serbs and Montenegrins now open businesses side by side. Boxed In « The Blog at 16th and Q
  • With the specialist and the ship's engineers working side by side in the very tight spaces of the engine room the port engine was repaired and tested.
  • Between the main beams, lengths of steel decking are laid side by side, each hooking into its neighbor.
  • We must stand side by side with the Jewish community, and the evil perpetrators of those foul attacks must be brought to justice.
  • In striped shadow they were perched side by side on an outcrop of black basalt like an overturned boat. A TIME OF WAR
  • When these cattle move side by side in the herd, their hollow horns knock together, producing a characteristic resonant sound.
  • To the right of the throne room, two small buildings sit side by side.
  • A few years ago, for instance, Cornell's dean of students stood side by side with leftist students as they torched copies of the Cornell Review, which had run an article mocking Ebonics.
  • We must stand side by side in this trouble and help each other.
  • A bi-alphabetic edition of Shaw's play Androcles and the Lion was published by Penguin Books in 1962 to demonstrate the old and new orthographies side by side, the texts running parallel on facing pages.
  • For a differential drill they are placed side by side and drilled across to highlight the difference between them. 7.2.2.
  • In the middle of the room, two plush chairs sat side by side in front of a burning fire.
  • A virgule is closer to the vertical than a solidus, but usually one has to see them side by side in the same typeface to know the difference. Archive 2008-05-01
  • Disabled and able-bodied children will be able to play side by side at the pioneering inclusive playground at Wharfemeadows Park in Otley.
  • They sat side by side, and each lit a candle for the one they had lost, sharing memories and thoughts of her as they watched the flames slowly consume the votives.
  • In nineteenth-century periodicals, magazines, and newspapers, articles on scientific issues were set side by side with fiction, poetry, and literary criticism.
  • The names appear jumbled but group together those who worked side by side or were simply friends. Times, Sunday Times
  • But teachers in the classroom argue that both methods have to be used side by side.
  • The two large pipe corrals were situated side by side in the middle.
  • Side by side, keeping pace in our swinging gallop, we distanced the ostrich, we outstrode the zebra; and, as we went, it seemed the wilderness blossomed like the rose. Dream Days
  • Black's Bishops are both fianchettoed, while his Knights stand side by side on e7 and d7.
  • On the way to the restaurant we passed a bike shop with a sociable, a side by side tandem, if you will, in the window.
  • A strong wind blew against his face as he walked into a dark room that was only lit by two simple torches side by side in the center of the square.
  • He came up with a four-wheel skate with two pairs of wheels side by side, and so the modern four-wheel roller skate was created.
  • The father and mother sat -- not side by side, in that propinquity which is so sweet, when every breath, every touch of the beloved's garment gives pleasure; they sat one at each corner of the table, engrossed in their several occupations; reading with an uncommunicative eagerness, and sewing in unbroken silence. Olive A Novel
  • They stood side by side, alone, aloof in their gianthood, grand old relics of the past. SEIZE THE RECKLESS WIND
  • The leaflet of the sago folded and tied side by side on the smaller midribs form the "atap" or thatch in universal use, while the product of the trunk is the staple food of some = hundred thousands of men. The Malay Archipelago, the land of the orang-utan and the bird of paradise; a narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature — Volume 2
  • Geitel and Lewkowitsch, who have studied this question from the physical and chemical point of view respectively, are of opinion that when an oil or fat is saponified, these three reactions do actually occur side by side, the soap-pan containing at the same time unsaponified triglyceride, diglyceride, monoglyceride, glycerol and soap. The Handbook of Soap Manufacture
  • They stop digging and come together, standing side by side as they are handcuffed together and shackled at the ankles. Modern Literatures of the Non-Western World: Where the Waters Are Born
  • They walked side by side into the house and then to the kitchen to drink some hot tea.
  • The word Paralympic was originally a pun combining "paraplegic" and "Olympic," however with the inclusion of other disability groups and the close associations with the Olympic Movement, it now represents "parallel" and "Olympic" to illustrate how the two movements exist side by side. Marketwire - Breaking News Releases
  • Side by side with these unemployed workers for whom the challenge of reemployment is particularly high, however, are, as I said, five million youth who are desperately seeking initial employment. Leo Hindery, Jr.: Out of School, Out of Work, Out of Luck: The Youth Jobs Crisis
  • The tiny twin baby girls sleeping peacefully side by side are little miracles.
  • And side by side with this wholesome admission has come a great awakening in the last fifteen years to the curative value of the _outdoor runway_, whether that runway be a field track, energetic walking in a park or campus, or a cross country run. A Girl's Student Days and After
  • Down a hallway the travelled, the sound of falling rocks and screams of people dimed as they got deeper and deeper “now dad you said something about a book what are you on about” said Cara climbing on Ra as it was cramped for the to stand side by side. Superhero Nation: how to write superhero novels and comic books » David’s Second Review Forum
  • Americans oscillate back and forth between a strong desire to either transform ‘alien’ things or withdraw from them; we cannot live comfortably side by side with them, as they are.
  • The two churches of Vaccarizza, dark and unclean structures, stand side by side, and I was shown through them by their respective priests, Greek and Catholic, who walked arm in arm in friendly wise, and meekly smiled at a running fire of sarcastic observations on the part of another citizen directed against the "bottega" in general -- the _shop, _ as the church is sometimes irreverently called. Old Calabria
  • They stood side by side in front of their door. Burning Bright
  • Two canvas chairs were placed side by side in a machine that begged comparison with the Wright brothers' first efforts.
  • The split has made enemies of comrades who have struggled side by side for decades, and the bitter recriminations continue. Times, Sunday Times
  • When the works were viewed side by side, de Kooning's brushwork really did look like a blowup of Soutine's scratchy strokes.
  • I well remember the pair of them, toward the last, worn and feeble, in beggars 'rags, with beggars' bowls sunning themselves side by side on. the cliffs, telling old stories and cackling shrill-voiced like children. Chapter 15
  • Apologies for the oversight and for those playing along at home here is side by side comparison of the helicopters from the two games. The Atari Puzzler 003 - The Retroist
  • I seem to have a fairly healthy collection of brown pencil liners but I've never swatched them all side by side.
  • As I haven’t cooked with them side by side, I cannot really compare Staub and Le Creuset’s performance, but what I can tell you is that I like the colors of Staub better (the green is a nice forest color instead of the leprechaunish Le Creuset green, and they have purple – what else need I say?), and many of the designs have way more “oomph” than Le Creuset’s. Tigers & Strawberries » The Riddle of Iron
  • Hearing them side by side was an education as well as a pleasure and Shelley's judicious summing-up of their stylistic differences revealed much about the 26-year-old Mozart's developing genius.
  • Party members fought side by side with trade unionists for a change in the law.
  • our rooms were side by side
  • Tenants will sit side by side with councillors and independent members on the boards.
  • We sit side by side at the bar counter of an old fishermen's shack where they've been filming.
  • Elderly women, many wearing doeks or berets, sat side by side with young men who had taken off their hats and caps as a sign of respect.
  • Youth within the economic and cultural geography of neoliberal capitalism occupy a borderland in which the desiring machine of commodification exists side by side with the imposing threat of the prison-industrial complex.
  • Party members fought side by side with trade unionists for a change in the law.
  • He noticed that the pendulums of the two suspended clocks, hanging side by side from a common support, were swinging together.
  • Titian and the Golden Age of Venetian Painting" is the rare opportunity to see Titian's stellar "Diana and Actaeon" and "Diana and Callisto" side by side. Motherwell and Modern Life
  • Tiny, fingernail-size examples of these coin issues survive, showing Octavia’s and Antony’s heads in tandem, the couple’s portraits stamped either individually on the reverse and obverse sides, or in jugate form, with their profiles overlapping side by side. Caesars’ Wives
  • He stares soulfully past the camera, on toward a catering truck where sushi rolls and ham sandwiches dwell side by side in harmony.
  • They stood side by side in the breathless warmth, moths passed their faces, a night-jar churred in the silence, and now and then, from the stables, came the stamp of a sleepless horse. Swan Song
  • This hymenium is composed of a number of swollen, club-shaped cells, called basidia, and close to them, side by side, are sterile, elongated cells, named paraphyses. Among the Mushrooms A Guide For Beginners
  • Spaghetti from Italy, gyros from Greece, sushi from Japan, egg rolls from China, knockwurst from Germany, burritos from Mexico are offered side by side as typical foods of choice.
  • Media mavens contend that the visual comparison of the two men side by side is half the battle.
  • Their names are listed side by side. Times, Sunday Times
  • She lengthens her legs down the mattress, sets the four muffin halves side by side on the white cloth napkin that he's unfolded for her, lain over her thighs like a tablecloth. Featherbedding
  • Now fancy the earth planted with fifties and hundreds of these phalanxes side by side, — what tillage, what architecture, what refectories, what dormitories, what reading rooms, what concerts, what lectures, what gardens, what baths! Uncollected Prose
  • He displays the paired canvases side by side or one above the other, though he may add a twist by turning one of them 180 degrees.
  • Senator McCain and the former president came together in a hangar at Houston's Hobby airport and stood side by side with their wives as the 41st president offered his endorsement.
  • Two canvas chairs were placed side by side in a machine that begged comparison with the Wright brothers' first efforts.
  • Expertly reining her horse, she was soon side by side with him.
  • OF DEFENSE FOR HOMELAND SECURITY: If, for some reason, and it does appear, the level of the criminal threat exceeds the immediate capability of civilian law enforcement, the National Guard in state status, under command and control of the governor, not under command and control of the secretary of defense, can work side by side lawfully with civilian law enforcement agencies, police officers, to maintain public order. CNN Transcript Aug 31, 2005
  • If you want to preserve the integrity of each scent, load 'em side by side, and run your nose across them in succession--as if your sniffer were a mouth and your arm a harmonica. Mixology #1: NK Violette over Ava Luxe Black Tea
  • In fact, he felt a sort of passive elation as he laid them carefully upon the hearth, side by side and in intermingled tiers. Their Alcove
  • For a few minutes they lay side by side in companionable silence staring up at the shadows on the ceiling. FALLEN WOMEN
  • Wash the pears and pack tightly, side by side in a deep ovenproof dish.
  • This canal is actually a main street of the city just as it would be in Venice and was jammed with houses side by side and the houses were jammed with people. Around the World in 34 Days
  • Often the man will be free, while the woman and the dog side by side drag the cart to which they are tied, the woman usually knitting even when the air is cold enough to benumb her fingers. In and Around Berlin
  • The south end of the Transept differs from the north in the arrangement of the windows; in the gable is a low Perpendicular window of seven lights, sunk within a deep recess; the north end has in the upper tier two large Perpendicular windows side by side. Ely Cathedral
  • Without touching, without another word exchanged between them, they turned and walked side by side toward the inn. Shameless
  • Traditional rides, sideshows and stalls will stand side by side with the latest hi-tech, white-knuckle rides.
  • Members of such groups sometimes even feed peacefully side by side on superabundant resources in areas of territorial overlap, as occurs in the baboons I studied.
  • This is the reason why nature has brought the two nostrils together and placed them as the central of the three sense-organs, setting them side by side on a level with each other, to avail themselves of the inspiratory motion. On the Parts of Animals
  • Girly vocals and madwoman warbling sit side by side in three-part harmonies, while clean hooks and serious riffage carry the tunes along with an easy urgency.
  • Similarly, the authority of marquesses, dukes, earls, barons, counts, and other nobles had long existed side by side with royal and imperial authority.
  • At the altar, serf and master, count or cottier, knelt side by side. The Truce of God A Tale of the Eleventh Century
  • Leaders of both institutions, which are side by side in Great Horton Road, hope the new chartered university will be more than the sum of its parts.
  • Stuff for kissing and cooing over, side by side, here, in my house, how dare you?
  • We get, therefore, in many cases, a condition of rarefactive ostitis occurring side by side with a slowly progressive caries within the bone, while outside is occurring an osteoplastic periostitis. Diseases of the Horse's Foot
  • in acting you have make-believe and reality side by side, and you have to discover the way those two things are balanced - so you could say I'm like a juggler, doing a balancing act.
  • Similarly, the authority of marquesses, dukes, earls, barons, counts, and other nobles had long existed side by side with royal and imperial authority.
  • Their writings, have concentrated mainly on urban women and society, totally ignoring the status of rural women who labor side by side with men in the fields, outside their homes, in contradistinction to the segregated women of the city.
  • US-style means having the fridge and freezer compartments side by side instead of the one section above the other. The Sun
  • The wild natives of the woods grow there willingly, while many strangers, brought originally from over the ocean, steal gradually onward from the tilled fields and gardens, until at last they stand side by side upon the same bank, the European weed and the wild native flower. Rural Hours
  • When andouille and chorizo stand side by side on the same menu, something intriguing is bound to happen.
  • When we unroll the sixth and the thirteenth centuries, and hang up the two side by side, we find that it is a contrasted picture that they exhibit.
  • If the second car tries to slingshot alone in this situation, he often cannot get around the first - as soon as the second swings out to race side by side, the third can catch up, tuck behind the first, and re-establish the draft line.
  • We get, therefore, in many cases, a condition of rarefactive ostitis occurring side by side with a slowly progressive caries within the bone, while outside is occurring an osteoplastic periostitis. Diseases of the Horse's Foot
  • But to have the opportunity to compare Bouguereau's "L'Amour Vainqueur," a virtuosic 1886 painting of Cupid and Psyche in flight, sitting side by side with Jeff Koons's "Cherubs," a couple of kitschy putti that ought to kill the market in porcelain collectibles for good, flatters both works. A Divine Intervention
  • The names appear jumbled but group together those who worked side by side or were simply friends. Times, Sunday Times
  • Side by side(sentence dictionary), teacher and pupil should test and render practical any theoretical ideas that were presented.
  • The machines can be grouped side by side with zero clearance between machines to make the best use of limited floorspace.
  • A strong wind blew against his face as he walked into a dark room that was only lit by two simple torches side by side in the center of the square.
  • But, if you are interested in skeet only as practice for hunting, and you hunt with a side by side, that's the best gun to use. Which is the better gun for skeet shooting, a side by side or a over and under?
  • But teachers in the classroom argue that both methods have to be used side by side.
  • Then we talked far into the night, lying there side by side in her funny little pullout bed. 52449_CLARA
  • Positioned side by side, these hot tub jets provide gentle treatment to your shoulders and upper back.
  • When different cultures come to live side by side, they naturally and wonderfully begin to assimilate facets of each other.
  • At Sumaikchah our bivvies had been side by side, where the green was most glowing, and we had rejoiced together in that light and colour. The Leicestershires beyond Baghdad
  • In the wild, emperor tamarins often live side by side with saddleback tamarins. ZooBorns
  • Historic sportswear and contemporary fashions are shown side by side to explore how sport influences designers. Times, Sunday Times
  • Then we talked far into the night, lying there side by side in her funny little pullout bed. 52449_CLARA
  • I cried, watching my beloved offspring happily working side by side like carefree, cherubic children from the days of yore.
  • There was a pause in their discussion as the truthfulness of her declaration brought about different reactions in the two people sitting side by side.
  • These documentary pictures and the monochrome paintings exist side by side in an uneasy tension.

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