offsider


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offsider

(ˌɒfˈsaɪdə)
n
Austral and NZ a partner or assistant
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He and his offsider talk forests while I lean against the glass of the
A young Norse goddess expertly commanded this vessel, while her handsome offsider kitted us out in protective overalls and goggles to keep us dry and insulated as we skimmed the water at full throttle.
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.
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?' greeting to whoever crosses the cherry red door of the refuge.
Fisher recruited another New Zealander, John Ord Shearer (1894-1981), as his offsider, which seemed to signal that he had a re-building strategy.
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. It's a real positive for English rugby league."
Steve, even on his own, would have been very good but he's strengthened by his offsider. It's a real positive for English rugby league."