tight side

tight side

The side of veneer which originally faced outward in the log or flitch when the veneer was cut from it.
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ROSSOUW DE KLERK Marked his new contract with solid and stubborn display on tight side of scrum.
Northumbria's Mike Turner (far left) and Sebastian Ziri-Sayle (far right) with their medals after their |success in Northampton and (below) Gemma Foster (top, red belt) winning her fight with a beautifully tight side control pin.
Leg room in the back is on the tight side but the rear doors open wide to 85 degrees to help getting in and out.
Oddments room was on the tight side and compartments were small while the boot took about 270 litres, or a few shopping bags behind the sill.
Inside, there's plenty of room for four adults, but as a mid-sized car, rear leg room is a bit on the tight side.
We're very disappointed," admitted stand-in captain Steven Croft, who replaced Glen Chapple due to a tight side.
Gaga's clear perspex skirt and bra combination appeared a little bit on the tight side with her stomach appearing to be constrained in the tiny attire.
According to US research, half an hour's digging can use up 250 calories, weeding will burn 105 calories, raking 100 calories and mowing the lawn 195, so garden chores may help you better squeeze into jeans which have been on the tight side WHAT TO DO THIS WEEK .
The agency says that while liquidity ratios are a little on the tight side, there is little reliance on purchased funds and KFH has no difficulty in growing customer deposits when it so wishes.
That's very difficult against a good, defensive, tight side.