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south side

In a church, the side to the right of an altar as one faces the altar.
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Providing galvalum sheet roofing shed west and south side of annadanam building
Also Thursday on the South Side, at least 17 people were injured when a car struck the rear of a Chicago Transit Authority bus.
It was suggested by one councillor that part of the block that's been proposed should actually be dedicated to other nightlife venues, so it actually compliments what South Side is all about.
"My fight has never been to get a home on the south side, it's just to be put into a homeless unit on the south side where my support system is, where my doctors are and where my family that support me and get me STORY Last week's Mirror through most days are."
The first thing to note about The South Side of Chicago's Glass Wall is that it doesn't just document the author's experience of racial violence; but considers the underlying history of relations between African Americans and other ethnic groups in this country.
Obama said that despite a bidding competition regarding the center's location, his vote had always been for the University of Chicago's push for a South Side location.
The Suffolk County Legislature voted Tuesday to approve a memorandum of agreement for redeveloping about 86 acres of municipal-owned property on the south side of the Ronkonkoma Long Island Rail Road station.
and its South Side Trust and Savings Bank of Peoria subsidiary, the company said.
Upon completion of the holding company merger, South Side Bank is anticipated to merge with and into Busey Bank in 1Q18.
To many outsiders, the South Side of Chicago is characterized by a constant stream of violence and unrest, even garnering the nickname "Chiraq." While violence does exist, WBEZ (Chicago's NPR affiliate) reporter Natalie Moore hates that term.
Global Banking News-July 8, 2015--Salin Bank to build location on south side

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