Sarah (Kemble) 1755–1831, English actress.
Sarah. 1755–1831, English tragedienne
noun, plural siddurim [Sephardic Hebrew see-doo-reem; Ashkenazic Hebrew si-doo -rim] /Sephardic Hebrew si duˈrim; Ashkenazic Hebrew sɪˈdʊ rɪm/ (Show IPA). English, siddurs. Hebrew. 1. a Jewish prayer book designed for use chiefly on days other than festivals and holy days; a daily prayer book. noun (pl) -durim (-duːˈriːm) -durs 1. (Judaism) the Jewish prayer book
noun 1. one of the surfaces forming the outside of or bounding a thing, or one of the lines bounding a geometric figure. 2. either of the two broad surfaces of a thin, flat object, as a door, a piece of paper, etc. 3. one of the lateral surfaces of an object, as opposed to […]
adverb 1. with a swinging motion of the arm moving to the side of the body at shoulder level or below and nearly parallel to the ground: to pitch sidearm. adjective 2. thrown or performed sidearm: a sidearm curve ball; sidearm stroke.
noun, Military. 1. a weapon, as a pistol or sword, carried at the side or in the belt.
noun, Radio. 1. the band of frequencies at the sides of the carrier frequency of a modulated signal. noun 1. the frequency band either above (upper sideband) or below (lower sideband) the carrier frequency, within which fall the spectral components produced by modulation of a carrier wave See also single sideband transmission