side by side

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  • Four players play as two-person teams in two side-by-side games.
  • The hold was at times semi-closed, and at times side by side.
  • They sit side by side, not entirely sure where they go from here.
  • They continue the song together, standing side by side and holding hands.
  • The old and the new versions are sometimes found side by side.
  • Also, the avenue would be wide enough only to support one car side-by-side.
  • But side by side with this development grew up the far more important scheme of attack.
  • They're side by side right next to the engine area.
  • At the very least, they fought side-by-side with him.
  • He caught her up and they walked side by side.
  • The new church was built north of the old one with the two churches standing side by side.
  • The wings were located side-by-side, with one slightly in front of the other.
  • When placed side-by-side with the original, the film doesn't quite hold up.
  • A farm may contain a number of these but most contain only two side-by-side houses.
  • Until then, most settlements had people of different races living side by side.
  • Cricket is the most important sport in the state side by side football also has an important role.
  • The two lines, running side-by-side, are long and a maximum speed of is possible.
  • The trains have eight cars, with each car's two seats side by side.
  • Parel has thus become an area where lower middle class and rich live side by side.
  • The reissued cover has the members of the band standing side by side.
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