Right-Hand Side


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Right-Hand Side

In foreign exchange, a slang term for buying a currency.
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But I can say that Tom had no sooner finished speaking, than she pricked up her ears, and started forward at a speed which made the clay-coloured gig rattle until you would have supposed every one of the red spokes were going to fly out on the turf of Marlborough Downs; and even Tom, whip as he was, couldn't stop or check her pace, until she drew up of her own accord, before a roadside inn on the right-hand side of the way, about half a quarter of a mile from the end of the Downs.
To take the first example to hand, I very clearly perceive that in your bedroom the window is upon the right-hand side, and yet I question whether Mr.
I couldn't see where you'd got to--our children," he observed parenthetically, "have their uses--I want you to go to my study, Katharine; go to the third shelf on the right-hand side of the door; take down 'Trelawny's Recollections of Shelley'; bring it to me.
First Carlton drilled home from the right-hand side of the area, before Elam drove home from the left of the box past Matt Duke.
A wall of light forms the right-hand side of the gallery.
Trees are dotted along the hedgerow on our left with a beck on our right-hand side and after crossing the beck we catch sight of Bedale Church Tower away to our left.
Swindon took the lead in the eighth minute when Craig Easton headed in from close range following good work from Michael Timlin down the right-hand side.
With three minutes remaining Blues were awarded a free-kick on the right-hand side of the penalty area and Kilkenny's cross was met by Asa Hall to savee a point.
QWHY do we drive on the left when most other countries use the right-hand side of the road?
'I'm in constant pain down my right-hand side, and it makes it hard to bend over and play,' said Hunter, who was hampered by an operation to remove cysts from his scrotum
City started by far the more positive in the second-half, with Laurent Delorge and Craig Pead causing Watford all sorts of problems down the right-hand side.