offsider


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offsider

(ˌɒfˈsaɪdə)
n
Austral and NZ a partner or assistant
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29 ( ANI ): Former Australian cricket captain Bill Lawry recalls his first meeting with former England cricketer Tony Greig - the man who would become his commentary box offsider for more than three decades.
Steyn finished with 3-54 from 22 overs while his Test attack offsider right-armer Philander (0-88) was outshone by back-up paceman Kleinveldt who took 2-60.
It is also known that Bo's offsider Wang Li Jun had been given an award for his work on organ transplants.
Owner Mona is ably assisted by offsider Bert and the wonderful receptionist Gulliver the cockatoo with a penchant for perfect human mimicry of 'Can I help you?
His jobs included postman, railwayman, pub worker and underground offsider at Mount Isa copper and silver mines.
Nicholas Offsider,"by Crisetta MacLeod, "The Bearded Ones," by Felicity Dowker, "The Wish," by Loretta Leslie.
Steve, even on his own, would have been very good but he's strengthened by his offsider.
Steve even on his own would have been very good but he's strengthened by his offsider.
During the hard work ('Business') of worship when there is engagement with Divinity, the role of one's offsider (immune to the power of one's own Dreaming) is to see one through and, if necessary, to act as rescuer.
John Connolly, the former Australia selector, recently described Johnson as an offsider, someone who is comfortable with being the second in command and would be less certain of himself in the limelight.
s stuffy offsider has toned down the color in one of his films during editing.
cronies chasing Jingle and his offsider Job around the English