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Sarah Sidle; Sidle, Sara

sidle up      
v. (d; intr.) to sidle up to (she sidled up to me)
Sidle (disambiguation)
(sidles, sidling, sidled)
If you sidle somewhere, you walk there in a quiet or cautious way, as if you do not want anyone to notice you.
A young man sidled up to me and said, 'May I help you?'
VERB: V prep/adv
Sidle (disambiguation)
·vt To go or move with one side foremost; to move sidewise; as, to sidle through a crowd or narrow opening.


Sara Sidle

Sara Sidle is a fictional character portrayed by actress Jorja Fox on the CBS crime drama CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and its sequel, CSI: Vegas. Sidle is a forensic scientist and one of the core characters of the show, which revolves around a Crime Scene Investigation team in Clark County, Nevada, that investigates cases in and around Las Vegas. Fox appeared in both the first eight seasons and the final five seasons of the original show as a series regular. She also recurred throughout the ninth and tenth seasons of the series and headlined Immortality alongside Ted Danson. She returned in the sequel CSI: Vegas.

Pronunciation examples for sidle up
1. sidle up to truth through fiction?
Tenth of December _ George Saunders _ Talks at Google
2. And they'll sidle up to me, and they'll say, look,
Why Sleep Matters _ Matthew Walker _ Talks at Google
3. We're mammals; we sidle up to each other and we share ideas and we share feelings.
Building Strong Teams & Cultures _ Annie McKee _ Talks at Google
4. People in the parish would kind of sidle up to me
Greg Boyle _ The Whole Language - The Power of Extravagant Tenderness _ Talks at Google
5. less than joyful occasion to sidle up to me afterwards as I
Christian Jennings _ The Third Reich is Listening _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of sidle up
1. At meetings, he would always sidle up to the senior figures in the room.
2. By using gravity as your tow line, you can sidle up to an asteroid.
3. Other young men sidle up for a quick word every few minutes.
4. Such infrastructure solutions give politicians the opportunity to sidle up to the pork barrel come budget time, but the real solution doesn‘t seem to lie here at all.
5. The ones who sidle up to you at parties and – wham – before you know it youre locked in a one–sided conversation (they talk, you listen) about the snow tiger, or the Bushman, or whatever else is the cause of the week.