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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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M2 EQUITYBITES-September 16, 2016-Weber Shandwick acquires Flipside
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14 September 2016 - New York-based communications and engagement firm Weber Shandwick has acquired UK-based specialised mobile and digital agency Flipside, the company said.
COVENTRY-based music studio Flipside is set to bring the best emerging musicians from across the region to Coventry.
Globe partnered with top companies such as Brightspace of D2L, Educube of Globals and Flipside to find innovative solutions to offer Philippine schools and students access to a global learning experience.
The British Property Boom C4, 8pm The flipside of all those property shows: the impact high prices have on ordinary people.
the sort of song you might have discovered once upon a time on the flipside of a radio hit .
As the flipside to this, in Wales, planners hope to obtain a compulsory purchase order to save the former Denbigh Hospital.
THE internet is wonderful but has a flipside called trolling.
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On the flipside Arsenal have kept plugging away without Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott.
Combining a mix of multi-media, movement and text, the fast-paced new piece explores the ugly flipside to positive thinking; the idea our darkest fantasies could come true.