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 n.— «Traffic officers working with Transport for London and Tower Hamlets Council are manning the operation from 7am to 9am to speak to motorcyclists about the dangers of the practice known as ‘off-siding’—dodging round bollards to beat the traffic.» —“Cops plan morning rush-hour sting to stop bikers ’off siding'” by Mike Brooke East London Advertiser (United Kingdom) Sept. 16, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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