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off-side

the off-side of a horse is the horse's right hand side. The horse is always mounted from the left or near side.
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I can see no persons to the off-side of the crossing, and there were no people on the crossing.
Not only does she understand the off-side rule, she's been earmarked as one of the country's top young football professionals.
Franco scored the hollowest of consolation goals in injury time after escaping the off-side trap to lift his shot over Hahnemann.
We were disappointed to have that second goal ruled out for off-side because if we had gone in at half-time 2-0 up, we probably would have gone on to win the game in style.
The LSC said nearly 20 million adults would struggle with the off-side rule if they read it "cold", while 5.
Coventry were off-side 20 metres out and Patston scored a penalty.
He told me he was starting to favour his off-side front leg and that's when we became worried," he added.
In one of two places: back to the shooter or on the off-side.
Fernando Pasquinelli had a header in the net just on half-time but referee Craig Mackay rightly ruled him off-side following McNamee's cross.
Stirling's goalkeeper Myles Hogarth could only punch the ball out to Gavin Skelton whose fierce shot was touched in by Stevens, but the assistant referee flagged for off-side.
With the Galaxy leading 1-0 Sunday against Dallas, Schmid felt that Ariel Graziani's goal to tie the match was off-side.
Anyone, it seems, who doesn't subscribe to Europe's denunciations of fascism or who raises an eyebrow when, in an act of utter folly, the Prime Minister makes, unguaranteed promises that the Kosovo Albanians will all go home, is now off-side, biased, or worthy of one of Downing Street's preposterous "health warnings.