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the side on which your vision is limited or obstructed

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Blindsided is a superb piece of writing and the dialogue has enough riches to make it an excellent radio play - but then we would miss those hugely entertaining performances by Sheridan and West.
corner Scout Tobias after the jeepney she was boarding was blindsided by a 6-wheeler delivery elf truck Saturday morning, July 20, 2019.
On February 5, as he came face-to-face with Pope Francis during the papal mass as part of a select few chosen for the meet, he was blindsided by the generosity of His Holiness.
Bill Morgan of BLINDSided Window Coverings said, "Our goal is to educate the community on how to get the best results for their property improvement projects.
It just came out of nowhere and blindsided Kris," the Daily Mail quoted William as saying.
Blindsided is like a public service message for teens.
Bon Iver - Blindsided The album For Emma Forever Ago by Bon Iver also had a huge effect on me when I first heard it.
The NHL's board of governors must have been watching when Philadelphia Flyers forward Mike Richards blindsided Florida Panthers forward David Booth.
Hawkins Ph.D.; BLINDSIDED: SURVIVING CAREER MELTDOWN; Booksurge Publishing (Business & Economics) $18.99 ISBN: 1439261547
Don't allow yourself to get blindsided; identifying potential threats is a critical step.
After seesawing between declaring that his recently revealed Jewish heritage makes him sensitive to racial slights and rushing to reassure voters that he's still scarfing down pork chops and ham sandwiches (he's not that Jewish!), Mien was blindsided by former classmates who went public with stories about his racist antics in college.
The broad range of characters--such as the domestic worker gone blind ("Blindsided"); the male military officer diagnosed with breast cancer ("Resurrecting Methuselah"); a young physician who must surrender her ailing parent to a root worker's care ("A Poor Guatemalan Dreams of a Downtown in Peru"); and the retired couple who give up their dreams of travel to raise their grand-children ("Adam Robinson Acquires Some Grandparents and a Little Sister")--is proof of Jones's versatility.
Nearly 50 articles by dozens of imaginative librarians-expertly selected and annotated by the editor--suggest practical and creative ways to deal with the range of Internet "side effects," regain control of the library, and avoid being blindsided by technology again.
Three days into the NEPA conference, members of the Newsletter & Electronic Publishers Foundation told NL/NL that they felt "blindsided" by an action taken by the NEPA board of directors only one day before the foundation's semi-annual meeting held in conjunction with the conference.
Teachers who hand out misleading grades thereby allow some students, already let down by a school system that has failed to prepare them adequately, to be blindsided. Only because the state provides multiple opportunities to pass the MCAS do such students have some chance at redemption.