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sideline

an auxiliary business activity or line of merchandise
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Before the deal with Microsoft, coaches in the booths would make notes, print them out, and have someone run them down to the sideline.
This article presents the first evidence of a successful sideline pressure in sports.
Barton felt his absence from the sideline hindered Derry's NFL campaign, insisting: "It did, because you need to be on the sideline.
After 13 years on the sideline, it only took one game in the box to make Neal a convert.
With offices in Conroe (near Houston), TX, and Spruce Grove (near Edmonton), Alberta, Canada, Sideline is a provider of specialized equipment and support for pipeline projects around the globe.
has developed a proven indicator of eye-motion, visual and cognitive function for concussion detection and evaluation on the sidelines of sporting events to help with the decision to sideline athletes to prevent injury.
Many more children are showing up at emergency departments with traumatic brain injuries such as concussions from sports activities and the need for highly trained sideline medics is an all time high.
Canning is the undisputed king of the sideline cut, which is perhaps the most difficult skill in hurling to master.
Amnesia for the event itself is very frequent, but may include inability to remember the score, the opponent, the location of the game, or getting to the sidelines after the injury.
MAKING CONNECTIONS: Why does sideline anger sometimes turn to violence?
Puma will outfit players and sideline personnel of 10 teams (up from the six for which Logo Athletic has uniform rights during the current season).
Now they must stay 15 feet back from the sideline, behind TV cameras, NFL Films crews and groups of 'special pass' visitors