Of, at, towards, or from the side or sides
Designating gramophone records in which the undulations are cut by the side-to-side movement of the recording stylus, or equipment and techniques using this method; opposed to hill and dale.
An assistant judge; = assessor.
A side or backward pass to a teammate.
The thickened lateral part of the mesoderm in a vertebrate embryo.
An exercise in which a weight is raised from the side to a position no higher than the shoulder.
(In a plant) a root branching off from a larger root.
Chiefly Zoology a tooth situated at or on the side of a structure or object.
A visible line along the side of a fish consisting of a series of sense organs which detect pressure and vibration
(With reference to a family) a branch descended from a brother or sister of a person in the direct line of descent.
Control of side-to-side or sideways movement; (Aeronautics) control of the movement of an aircraft about its long axis or its vertical axis (in roll and in yaw respectively); a control for achieving this, such as an aileron.
A moraine deposit along the side of a glacier.
Stress exerted horizontally or at right angles to a length (as of a beam or a shaft).
Lithotomy performed with an initial incision on one side of the perineum; an instance of this.
A rounded process on the lateral side of the distal end of the fibula, forming the prominence of the outer aspect of the ankle; contrasted with medial malleolus.
A meristem located parallel to the sides of a stem or root, responsible for the thickening of the stem or root by the addition of secondary growth.
= lateral lithotomy.
Pressure exerted horizontally or at right angles to a length (as in a beam or a bridge).
Strength to resist lateral forces.
The solving of problems by an indirect and creative approach, typically through viewing the problem in a new and unusual light
Each of the first and second ventricles in the centre of each cerebral hemisphere of the brain
A form of motor neurone disease