near-side

near-side

a horse's left-hand side.
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For the duration of the incident, the near-side northbound lane was closed, causing long delays for motorists in both directions.
Maps of crustal thickness generated by GRAIL revealed more large impact basins on the near-side hemisphere of the Moon than on the far side.
He left the near-side group for dead but failed by a short head to reel in El Viento on the favoured far side.
The near-side is relatively flat and low-lying, and is swept by dark slashes called the mafia (latin for seas), which are murky lava-rock stains that create what Little children are taught is the "Man in the Moon.
Ex-chartered accountant Geoffrey, of Sussex, said: "I was walking to the car and I thought, 'gosh, that doesn't look right' and there was a large dent in the near-side front wing, someone had obviously overly crocked it parking next to me.
Pieces of debris, including the near-side mirror, were found on the roadside, while police believe the car has further damage to its front near-side.
He escaped with minor injuries but the front near-side of his Range Rover was badly damaged.
Kaguya also found that far-side basins have gravity signatures opposite those of near-side basins: they are gravity "lows," not "highs.
An inspector from Travel West Midlands said the driver had lost control after the near-side front wheel punctured.
The near-side of the Micra collided with the off-side of the Citroen.
All I can say is he has come into the road from the near-side and has been hit.
A Strathclyde Police spokeswoman said: "If a tax disc is displayed on or adjacent to the near-side window, then that would be sufficient.