flipside

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flipside

(ˈflɪpˌsaɪd)
n
1. (Music, other) another term for B-side
2. another, less familiar aspect of a person or thing: the flipside of John Lennon.
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The flip-side for Newry boss Gerry Flynn is that his side are now sucked into the relegation battle.
Meanwhile, in the Dodgers' three losses this month, Green is 1 for 11, the flip-side proof of his importance.
Virilio's decades-long diatribe against technology--technology as such, and a fortiori the Enlightenment project--involves a conception of "the accident" as technology's essential, defining defect, a flip-side automatism in a kind of technoentelechy.
On the flip-side, we are very serious about offering our HomeNet service over a well-managed and well-planned fiber optic network like iProvo.
Dickens disturbed without sacrifice of popularity; his every idyll of community and hilarious good humor he complemented with the flip-side nightmare of life as he had traumatically experienced it.
La Nina and its flip-side phenomenon, El Nino, are governed by temperatures of the Pacific Ocean along the equator.
Most techies have a difficult time carrying on a conversation with each other, much less with potential customers, and on the flip-side of the coin, your customer service person may not have the technical knowledge to adequately answer the customer's needs.