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sidecar

1. a small car attached on one side to a motorcycle, usually for one passenger, the other side being supported by a single wheel
2. a cocktail containing brandy with equal parts of Cointreau and lemon juice

sidecar

(1)
Synonym slap on the side. Especially used of add-ons for the late and unlamented IBM PCjr.

sidecar

(2)
The IBM PC compatibility box that could be bolted onto the side of an Amiga. Designed and produced by Commodore, it broke all of the company's own design rules. If it worked with any other peripherals, it was by magic.
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Our key question is whether the use of a side-car crib in hospital affects how long mothers and babies breastfeed at home.
She found babies in the side-car cribs and in bed made significantly more attempts to feed than babies in the cot.
Immortalised on a stamp - John and Jane Perry's Vincent Black Shadow, complete with side-car
Ron, 74, was in a coffin on a special side-car hearse when it was pulled over.
Lovely Louise, 28, who is covering TT events for Men & Motors, says: "I was doing an outside broadcast last year and one of the Purple Helmets came past me stark naked riding a side-car he'd converted into a mobile piano.
Instead of the armoured car that they used in Soldier, Soldier, their transport is a motorbike and side-car.
L-category vehicle is the family name for such light vehicles and they include engine powered bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles with and without a side-car, tricycles, quads and quadri-mobile vehicles.
Half a dozen people have just returned, and they managed to purchase off-road motorcycles with a side-car adapted into a stretcher.
So I was dismayed to learn that the new must have Sylvanian - cute creatures on a motorbike and side-car - are predicted to be one of this year's top 12 Christmas toys and therefore top of the 10-year-old's list.
She compared the overnight breast-feeding frequency of babies in three sleeping positions - in bed with their mothers, in a side-car crib attached to the bed, and in a stand-alone cot.
The rider and his wife, who was in the side-car of the BMW bike, were involved in the collision in Pelton, Chester-le-Street, on Friday afternoon.