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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 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.
The flipside of all this efficiency is that the overcrowded carriages have become a haven for male gropers.
On the flipside Arsenal have kept plugging away without Jack Wilshere and Theo Walcott.
Research by an occupational psychologist showed a surprising flipside to being bored or distracted in the office.
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.
As an owner, I lost several on the track and was heartbroken, but that is the flipside of racing and I consider that my horses died doing what they loved and that is what you would wish for any athlete.
Flighting back the tears, Janet, 16, told the Irish Daily Mirror: "I'm over the moon but on the flipside I'm devastated Sami's gone home.
This series we are showing the flipside of the cosy nights around a bottle of wine or cup of coffee.
The new Flipside handshower based on Kohler's innovative Flipstream technology offers four unique sprays, easy handling of spray options, said a company official.