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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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Seeing women being violent, the flipside of that is refreshing and oddly empowering Screenwriter Phoebe Waller-Bridge It's not that hard to ignore the attention of women these days.
Seeing women being violent, the flipside of that is refreshing and oddly empowering" - Screenwriter Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
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However, the flipside of this is road blocks and electricity breakdowns.
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Flipside, formerly known as Lache FM, will broadcast for the last time on Thursday, November 29.
On the flipside, underemployment-which the government defines as the proportion of those already working but still seeking for more work or longer working hours-jumped to 17.0 percent or 6.9 million in April from 16.1 percent or 6.4 million a year ago.
As such the situation is not all doom and gloom, in the sense, the women rights position has considerably improved comparatively and meantime it presents a flipside. In almost every sphere of life women find dignified place.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-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.