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sidehill

[sahyd-hil] /ˈsaɪdˌhɪl/
noun
1.
a hillside.
Origin
1665-1675
1665-75; side1 + hill
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Examples for sidehill
  • Cliff hated the idea of a downhill, sidehill lie on a hole where bets are often doubled.
  • Woods, from a seemingly impossible sidehill lie, then managed to pitch to six feet and made that for birdie.
  • Most livestock, two-wheeled traffic, and some people have a natural tendency to walk the outside edges of sidehill trails.
  • Most livestock, wheeled traffic, and some hikers have a natural tendency to travel the outside edge of sidehill trails.
  • The steeper the sidehill, the more grade is affected by moving the line up or down the slope.
  • From the surge tank, wastewater flows over sidehill screens and then to an aerated influent channel.
  • Locate new access roads to follow the local topography, and minimize sidehill cuts.
  • However, for sidehill viaduct structures code the actual out-to-out structure width.
  • The sidehill sections were as slick as grease and the vehicles often spent as much time off the road as on it.
  • All of these types of equipment are enclosed systems, except for the sidehill screen.

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