Right-Hand Side


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Right-Hand Side

In foreign exchange, a slang term for buying a currency.
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After Wells cuts back a long ball out of defence by Butterfield, Conor Coady curls the ball into the penalty area, past Carson's fingertips and into the right-hand side of the net.
Derby worked the ball out to the right-hand side with Mohammed Adams finding Kellan Gordon unmarked on the edge of the box and he fired past Mateusz Hewelt.
Go back to the third peg from the top on the left-hand side, take the bottom purple band, and loop diagonally to the upper right-hand side to the peg in the central row.
RGC's second try in contrast to the first came following a flowing backs move and ended with Tom Blackwell flying over just to the right-hand side of the posts.
While Watts moves her face on the right-hand side and Diana moved hers to the left.
But why, why, why must Cyprus drivers so often hazardously insist on crossing lanes across oncoming traffic to park on the right-hand side of the road?
As he turned slowly back on to the track, his "crabbing" Scirocco was struck on his right-hand side by another car at high speed, causing the race to be abandoned.
NISSAN has released details of its 2012 GT-R, with more power, increased torque and a unique 'asymmetrical' suspension set-up that compensates for extra weight on the right-hand side of the car.
Robinson added: "The right-hand side of the scrum is an important area for us - Euan is our best scrummager, Euan is not playing in this game.
The truck struck the bus on the right-hand side, breaking a door, as the vehicles were traveling on a Guangzhou highway around 4 p.
The casualty, believed to be in her 50s, suffered a back injury and pain to her right-hand side after the incident at Hill Wootton in Warwick on Sunday.
Due to a production error the picture had been manipulated to show him wearing the medals on his right-hand side.