flip side

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a different aspect of something (especially the opposite aspect)

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Breaking free of those restraints and learning to "flip" negative thoughts and behaviors into positive ones form the core of The Flip Side.
The flip side echoes the famous buffalo nickel made from 1913 to 1938.
That's pretty much the flip side of what Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell said about the attacks of September 11, 2001.
On the flip side, we can pray to those who have already gone on to eternal life because they are specially poised to intercede on our behalf.
If you want a taste of the flip side of polities, be sure to join the LWV of the National Capital Area when they present the Capitol Steps on Sunday evening.
Larry's World" will appear weekly in RedEye's Flip Side feature, debuting in the May 21 edition, with Potash providing his unique perspective on the oddball news of the week.
Truthful information about consumer products and services helps consumers to make better informed decisions about buying and using those products; and, on the flip side, false and misleading information about products harms consumers.
On the flip side, on January 6, the American Cast Iron Pipe Co.
THE NEW YORK TIMES, The Washington Post, and The Christian Science Monitor recently came out with stories highlighting the flip side of the affirmative--action suppression that may be set in stone when the Supreme Court rules on the issue this year.
On the flip side of the emotionally charged event, an army of St John Ambulance volunteers dealt with 425 casualties while a sabotage attack on three refuse lorries hindered the city centre clean-up.
On the flip side, struggling markets including Portland and Seattle have had very slow momentum.
On the flip side, Associate Editor Jesse Walker reminds us of what hasn't cha nged ("Laughter in the Ruins," page 22).
There appears to be a flip side to the negative press accountants have received lately.
International conflict--the flip side of globalization--has put journalists in a peculiar light where they're often seen as cultural representatives or political interference.