Some articles on sides, side:

The Two Sides Of The Smothers Brothers
... The Two Sides of the Smothers Brothers (released September 1, 1962 on Mercury Records) was the second comedy album by the Smothers Brothers ... Side A (tracks 1-6) consisted of comedy and was recorded at The Crystal Palace in St ... Side B (tracks 7-12) was recorded at the Bell Sound Studio in New York City with a full orchestra and represented the singing side of the boys ...
All Around The World (Oasis Song) - B-sides
... The B-sides of "All Around the World" were two Noel-sung songs, "The Fame" and "Flashbax" ... This was the last Oasis single to include 3 B-sides on the CD version ...
Open Wagon - Class E - Ordinary Open High-sided Wagons
... These wagons have a level floor and solid sides with at least one door on each side ... The majority of wagons have folding sides and end walls, otherwise they are given the letters l (fixed sides) or o (fixed end walls) ...
Japanese Curry - Sides
... Curry rice is usually served with fukujinzuke and rakkyŨ on the side. ...
... Like a beaker, the bottom is flat, with the sides meeting the bottom at a 90 degree angle ... The sides are vertical for most of the height near the top, the sides curve in to form a neck with a widely flared rim ...

Famous quotes containing the word sides:

    There is great fear expressed on all sides lest this war shall be made a war for the negro. I am willing that it shall be. It is a war to found an empire on the negro in slavery, and shame on us if we do not make it a war to establish the negro in freedom—against whom the whole nation, North and South, East and West, in one mighty conspiracy, has combined from the beginning.
    Susan B. Anthony (1820–1906)

    I have no spur
    To prick the sides of my intent, but only
    Vaulting ambition, which o’erleaps itself,
    And falls on th’ other.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    A Dungeon horrible, on all sides round
    As one great Furnace flam’d, yet from those flames
    No light, but rather darkness visible
    Serv’d only to discover sights of woe,
    Regions of sorrow, doleful shades, where peace
    And rest can never dwell, hope never comes
    That comes to all; but torture without end
    John Milton (1608–1674)