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the side on which your vision is limited or obstructed

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As ESPN sports business reporter Darren Rovell points out, when adjusted for inflation, "The Blind Side" is the clear box-office leader for football-themed movies.
Speaking at a preview night at Sandown racecourse, Henderson said: "On The Blind Side is not going to Cheltenham for the Ballymore.
Winchester's standard Blind Side wad is a black one-piece wad with spear-pointed brakes along the sides of its shot cup, allowing the wad to retain the shot farther down range, releasing it when the diamond-shaped cuts open, pulling the wad off the shot.
They occur in one row forming a cutting edge (term by Cooper & Chapleau 1998) on the blind side; the tooth row on the eye side of the premaxilla holds a somewhat posterior position as compared to the blind-side row.
a Vw THE BLIND SIDE (Monday, 5*, 9pm) BASED on the book The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game, Sandra Bullock won an Oscar playing crusading southern mom Leigh Anne Tuohy.
| Quinton Aaron and Sandra Bullock in The Blind Side HARSH TIMES (Tuesday, Film4, 1.25am) CHRISTIAN BALE plays Jim Davis, an unstable Gulf War veteran who, following an honourable discharge from the US Army, plans to start afresh in Los Angeles with his Mexican girlfriend.
Anyone who has tried Blind Side waterfowl loads can attest to the devastation wrought by the Hex Shot on ducks and geese.
Midway through The Blind Side (2009), there is a moment when an underlying theme emerges from beneath the film's smorgasbord of football, faith, and family values.
"Maybe Obama is just a huge Michael Lewis fan and the crying was because of The Blind Side."
This was done to try to prevent cyclists coming in on my blind side when I've got the indicator on to turn left.
Michael Lewis's 2006 book The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game, told the story of how a young, Black man was rescued out of the Memphis ghetto by a rich, White family who helped him achieve his dreams to play in the NFL.
Rather than look at the matter intelligently, Hollywood is dumbing it down with melodramas such as The Blind Side and The Secret Life Of Bees.
The featured speaker will be Hugh Freeze, Arkansas State University head football coach and high school coach to Michael Oher, the former Ole Miss football player whose story inspired the book and movie "The Blind Side."
On 13 minutes, Gavin Woods went down the blind side and cut inside the full-back to score out wide and Vasey again converted from the touchline.
The surprise big Hollywood studio movie of the year was definitely the brilliant The Blind Side which won a Best Actress Oscar for performance.