• Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Sider Cider.
    • n Sider One who takes a side.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n sider One who sides with or takes the side of another, a party, or the like; a partizan.
    • n sider One living in some special quarter or on some special side, as of a city: as, a west -sider.
    • n sider An obsolete but more correct spelling of cider.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • Sider a partisan: one living in any particular quarter of a city
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
A.S. síde; Ger. seite, Dut. zijde.


In literature:

A brief abstract from a journal of the weather for one sidereal period of the moon, in 1853.
"Outlines of a Mechanical Theory of Storms" by T. Bassnett
She'll 'sider it a 'ticular favor ef de gemmen'll leff Mulock gwo.
"The Continental Monthly, Vol III, Issue VI, June, 1863" by Various
The first half of the month of April can be called the most brilliant sidereal period of the year.
"A Field Book of the Stars" by William Tyler Olcott
Antares is much further down in the sky, in relation to the arbitrary sidereal axis, and it's a deeper red.
"The Colors of Space" by Marion Zimmer Bradley
De niggers on de other surroundin' plantations never got no sech 'sideration as I ever heard of.
"Slave Narratives Vol. XIV. South Carolina, Part 2" by Works Projects Administration
The constancy of the sidereal revolutions inspired the conclusion as to their perpetuity.
"The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism" by Franz Cumont
Sidereal, relating to the stars.
"The Sailor's Word-Book" by William Henry Smyth
You give me an excuse for being content with being a commonplace Upper-West-Sider.
"The Trail of the Hawk" by Sinclair Lewis
The time which the earth occupies in making a complete rotation around this axis is called a sidereal day.
"The Story of the Heavens" by Robert Stawell Ball
Sidereal Time, or time by the stars.
"Lectures in Navigation" by Ernest Gallaudet Draper

In poetry:

Thus easily can Earth digest
A cinder of sidereal fire,
And make her translunary guest
The native of an English shire.
"The Meteorite" by C S Lewis
And, fonder still, we hoped to find the sweet
Immortal presence, Love; the bird Delight
Beside her; and, eyed with sidereal night,
Faith, like a lion, fawning at her feet.
"The Land Of Illusion" by Madison Julius Cawein
Oh, Polly was game, you may bet your last dollar -
She leans on the splashboard, and stretches and strains
With her parasol, down by the off-sider's collar,
Until she contrives to catch hold of the reins.
"How Polly Paid For Her Keep" by Barcroft Henry Boake

In news:

Old-school supply-sider Bruce Bartlett says America needs a tax hike - and that Republicans should fight to make sure that it's done right.
Sauce is boss at new north-sider Tiger Lily .
Sauce is boss at new north-sider Tiger Lily.
This Upper West Sider is going to war for her peace symbol.
'Supply-Sider' for the Working Man .
'Supply-Sider' for the Working Man.
Results from the 2012 Sperry Top-Sider Annapolis NOOD.
Sperry Top-Sider X Barneys Boat Shoe.
Boat shoes ($100) by Sperry Top-Sider for Barneys,
Florence was born Sept 11, 1913, in Charleston, Ill. To Frank Siders and Alice (Phipps) Siders.
Mlive File Photo Shannon Siders.
NEWAYGO, MI – The examination of the body of Shannon Marie Siders continues this week and authorities say they could be that much closer to solving the young woman's 1989 homicide.
Photos courtesy of Sperry Top-Sider.
The Chicago Cubs opened their home schedule last week, Thursday it's the South Siders' turn.
That mainstay had been a favorite hangout for North Siders since 1983, and regulars were concerned about its replacement.

In science:

However the signals in 1998 are concentrated in a short time interval with a special sidereal time signature, suggesting that the phenomenon, if any, is local both in space and time, and therefore it may not be expected to happen again in a few year time scale.
Studying the coincidence excess between EXPLORER and NAUTILUS during 1998
To determine the sensitivity of stationary laboratory experiments one calculates the time dependence of (33) due to the sidereal and orbital motion of the Earth around the Sun in terms of the Sun-centred coefficients given in (14) and (18).
Rotating Resonator-Oscillator Experiments to Test Lorentz Invariance in Electrodynamics
The ω⊕ is commonly referred to as the sidereal frequency, while the Ω⊕ is referred to as the annual frequency.
Rotating Resonator-Oscillator Experiments to Test Lorentz Invariance in Electrodynamics
Here we define the phase of the combined rotational and sidereal term as θ and Φ0 as the value of Φ when a short data set is taken.
Rotating Resonator-Oscillator Experiments to Test Lorentz Invariance in Electrodynamics
In this section we will derive an expression for this phase in terms of the time origins of the experiment’s rotation, the Earth’s sidereal rotation, and the orbit of the Earth around the Sun.
Rotating Resonator-Oscillator Experiments to Test Lorentz Invariance in Electrodynamics