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(Close), adjective adjacent, adjoining, approximate, bordering, close by, contiguous, imminent, impending, in close proximity, in the area, in the neighborrood, in the vicinity, nearby, neighboring, next, next to, proximate to, surrounding, tangent, touching, vicinal
Associated concepts: case near to being put on the trial callndar, case nearly ready for trial, cases near trial, near competition, substantial completion
See also: approach, border, cognate, congruous, contiguous, current, forthcoming, future, immediate, imminent, inevitable, instant, local, pending, present, proximate, quasi
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Thus, unlike the somewhat haphazard situation on the lunar nearside, all farside letter designations follow a consistent scheme.
She moved back into the nearside lane intending to take the slip road to Leasowe Road, but misjudged her speed and collided with Mr Chapman.
Preliminary interpretation of the SELENE observations "quantifies the asymmetry between the farside and the nearside, a phenomenon that is not yet well understood," comments planetary scientist Maria Zuber of MIT.
MOLDGREEN | Cash was stolen from a Vauxhall Combo van on September 9 as it was parked on Hampshire Street, by thieves who removed the lock fron the nearside front door.
The farside as seen from Luna 3 didn't show many of the dark maria (familiar to even the casual viewer) that are so widespread on the nearside.
The other two vehicles had scratches to the back nearside doors.
The nearside lane of the eastbound dual carriageway will be also be closed between 8am and 6pm each day - and a reduced, 40mph speed limit will be in place for the safety of road users as well as roadworkers.
A barrier has been erected in the last few days on the nearside verge to protect the control box which has been collided with a couple of times in the last two weeks.
Det Sgt Dave Bailey said: "The incident is being treated as attempted murder and enquiries are ongoing to trace the vehicle, which will have front and nearside damage.
TIM VAUGHAN yesterday revealed that Beshabar, who was last night 14-1 favourite for the John Smith's Grand National with Blue Square, could be out for the season after a scan revealed a strain to his nearside tendon, writes Simon Giles.
20pm in a car park across the road, a silver Rover had its wing mirror removed and front nearside window broken.
No other vehicle is thought to have been involved and the man was alone in the Peugeot car when it hit the nearside grass verge and veered across the road down a slight embankment into the field opposite.