Left-Hand Side


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Left-Hand Side

In foreign exchange, a slang term for selling a currency.
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My left-hand side led to the corridor which communicated with Miss Rachel's room.
We all followed him into the housekeeper's room, which stood upon the left-hand side of the passage.
Gurth was hurried along agreeably to this mandate, and having been dragged somewhat roughly over the bank, on the left-hand side of the lane, found himself in a straggling thicket, which lay betwixt it and the open common.
On the left-hand side of the passage there was a drawing-room situated at the back of the house, and communicating with a dining-room in the front.
With Carlos de Pena making his debut on the left-hand side and Adam Forshaw making a rare start alongside Grant Leadbitter at the base of midfield, it was the 26th minute before either side exerted any real pressure.
But he's never been tackled on his left-hand side because he doesn't have to worry about who is on his left because on his left is the touchline.
7 Usual blood-and-guts stuff from the Kenton lad who had presence on the left-hand side throughout.
Push the topper band with the back of your hook, catch the first band, and loop it back to its original peg on the upper left-hand side.
He is described as aged in his 20s or 30s, with a slim build and a distinctive tattoo on the left-hand side of his neck.
We turn into the cul-de-sac and follow the roadway round to the right to reach a track, on the left-hand side, that runs through two metal field gates.
Click on the "Members Only" line on the left-hand side of the page; enter their Username (which is their email address) and their password (their last name unless they have changed it to something else); then click on the "My Profile" line on the left-hand side of the page, which will take them to a page titled "Update/Modify Your Profile" that contains their information.