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north side

The left side of an altar of a church, as one faces the altar.
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Chiku Jallah has been a North Side member since 2004.
Two explosive devices were discovered in air freight cargo from Yemen, addressed to North Side synagogues.
The south side should be held responsible for the incident, make clear apology to the north side and take measures against the recurrence of the similar incident.
An exception was when the south side drill string became stuck and the north side rig was used to push across and assist in freeing the string.
At North Side, customers can expect to find all sorts of fresh and saltwater fish, including African cichlids.
Tunney would represent an area on Chicago's north side, as well-known for its gay nightclubs as it is for Wrigley Field, the home of the Chicago Cubs.
His passion for mountains made him return to the north side of Everest in 1998, with Cathy O'Dowd and Ian Woodall, the two South Africans who summitted in 1996.
Partly inspired by Kettle's Yard in Cambridge*, the two-storey building behind the house, on its north side, responds to a more domestic context, to the scale of stable buildings and caretaker's cottage.
Erik grew up on the north side of Evanston, Illinois.
The Bush protesters claimed that Gore's stealing the election, but according to Sylvia, they stole her corner on the north side of the street, for which she claimed to have a legitimate permit.
Over 100 demonstrators blocked the busy junction at the North side of the bridge for more than an hour in what they described as "a protest against the increasing volume of traffic and pedestrians' subservience to cars.
Shirley Mordine, a veteran of Anna Halprin's California company and school, inaugurated the dance program at a rehabilitated movie house on Chicago's North Side, where she taught dance classes and directed an avant-garde dance troupe.

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