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sideline

an auxiliary business activity or line of merchandise
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HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani participated in a high-level event on Libya held on the sidelines of the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly in New York.
Surface Pro tablets have forced their way onto NFL sidelines and coaching booths in recent years.
i]) are the smoothed functions of the log-odds of a penalty based on plays run at the offensive and defensive teams sidelines, respectively, by LOS.
Obama and Zarif shook hands on the sidelines of the 70th United Nations General Assembly yesterday night, a first handshake between a US president and a senior Iranian official since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
The King-Devick Test in Association with Mayo Clinic is estimated to offer "quick, accurate and objective concussion screening" on the sidelines.
GAA president Liam O'Neill has shot down any hope of the sideline regulations being relaxed a despite another plea for clemency from Kilkenny selector Martin Fogarty.
A statement read: "R's front-man Andy Johnson is set for a prolonged period on the sidelines after scans revealed the 31 year-old suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury in the goalless draw against Chelsea on Saturday.
MAARAB, Lebanon: Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea said over the weekend that Lebanon cannot remain on the sidelines of the Arab Spring if it wants to be part of history.
In my humble opinion, Mike German has it dead right: the Lib Dems will not stand idly by on the sidelines.
Nolan became the first NFL coach in 13 years to wear a coat and tie on the sidelines, sporting a black suit, a crisp, white shirt and a red-black- and-gold striped tie.
However, several handlers of the material say that more buyers, who had helped to drive the market earlier this year, are now sitting on the sidelines, even as copper prices slip.
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.