It is a Law of Nature with us that a male child shall have one more side
than his father, so that each generation shall rise(as a rule) one step in the scale of development and nobility.
But only some side
alleys, with a cross, and the quarters to graze, being kept shorn, but not too near shorn.
She differed from the others in no feature that was appreciable to my earthly eyes, in fact all Mahars look alike to me: but when she crossed the arena after the balance of her female subjects had found their bowlders, she was preceded by a score of huge Sagoths, the largest I ever had seen, and on either side
of her waddled a huge thipdar, while behind came another score of Sagoth guardsmen.
That should give them heart," said Sir Nigel, eyeing the galleys, which crept along on either side
, with a slow, measured swing of their great oars, the water swirling and foaming under their sharp stems.
With this he conducted me to the verge of the cataract, and pointed along the side
of the ravine to a number of curious looking roots, some three or four inches in thickness, and several feet long, which, after twisting among the fissures of the rock, shot perpendicularly from it and ran tapering to a point in the air, hanging over the gulf like so many dark icicles.
Alan looked neither to the right nor to the left, but jumped clean upon the middle rock and fell there on his hands and knees to check himself, for that rock was small and he might have pitched over on the far side
On her other side
ran a gaunt old wolf, grizzled and marked with the scars of many battles.
But come out now, and look at this portentous lower jaw, which seems like the long narrow lid of an immense snuff-box, with a hinge at one end, instead of one side
Then giving a great spring, he shot through the air and landed safely on the other side
It was really comical to see the creature walk; for it moved the legs on its right side
together, and those on its left side
together, as a pacing horse does; and that made its body rock sidewise, like a cradle.
Again she struggled all over like a fish, and her shoulders setting the saddle heaving, she rose on her front legs but unable to lift her back, she quivered all over and again fell on her side
It is an impossibility to a Brown to leave the most disreputable lame dog on the other side
of a stile.