South Side

  • (noun): The side that is on the south.

Some articles on south side, side, south:

List Of University Of Pittsburgh Buildings - UPMC - Table of UPMC-owned Buildings in Pittsburgh
... Shadyside - Shadyside Place Shadyside Professional Building Oakland Office UPMC South Side South Side Hospital UPMC Sports Performance Complex 1999–2000 ...
List Of Allentown Neighborhoods - South Side
... Lehigh Parkway (residential areas to the south and east of the Lehigh Parkway) Includes the area along the Jefferson Street corridor as well as Queen City Airport ... (southern tip of the city centered around South 4th Street and Emaus Avenue) Named for the mountain that PA Route 145 travels over, this neighborhood is at the foot of the South Mountain ...
St Wulfran's Church, Ovingdean - History
... A tower was added at the west end in the 13th century, as was an aisle on the south side (reached by twin archways cut through from the nave) ... is uncertain however, ancient scorch marks and discoloured brickwork in the south wall of the nave suggest fire damage by the same French raiders who destroyed neighbouring Rottingdean's St ... for several centuries after the tower was added, apart from a porch on the south side in the early 19th century, but like many ancient churches in the ...
South Side, Chicago - References in Popular Culture
... The South Side's gritty reputation often makes its way into popular culture ... The opening lines of Jim Croce's song "Bad, Bad Leroy Brown" state that the South Side is "the baddest part of town" ... novel Native Son (ISBN 978-0-06-083756-3) takes place on the South Side and focuses on the plight of African Americans in the ghetto, including the housing practices that ...

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