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piggyback

, pickaback
1. a ride on the back and shoulders of another person
2. Med of or relating to a type of heart transplant in which the transplanted heart functions in conjunction with the patient's own heart
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The pair sang together before Corden gave Grande a piggyback into Starbucks during a skit for The Late Late Show.
Many of the borrowers with piggyback loans found that the equity in their homes was negative, and the default rate on second mortgages soared.
In the photos shared by (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-5315075/Jennifer-Garner-gives-son-Samuel-piggyback.html) Daily Mail , it seemed that the duo was enjoying the piggyback ride because Garner and Samuel were all smiles.
"During the installation and operation of pipelines, a secondary line is sometimes introduced, attached to the main pipeline using a piggyback system, to provide adequate support.
Piggyback Bar's menu includes signature dishes such as Mussels with Chinese sausage, Dashi broth and fried Mantao buns; Mapo Chili Dog topped with crispy shallots and scallions; and Korean Gochujang Honey Butter Wings.
FIREFIGHTERS are to carry out health checks as the NHS seeks to "piggyback" on regular homesafety visits, the head of the health service in England has said.
Switch to a piggyback. Many people tell me "I wish I could switch network but only Vodafone/EE works in my home." Yet there's a way to switch provider but keep the same signal...
Giffgaff is O2, Asda is EE, TalkMobile is Vodafone and Shebang is Three (full piggyback list at mse.me/piggyback).
But, if a young person can piggyback on an older account, the estimates from the previous section will underestimate the score gains that can be achieved.
The Piggyback Rider, models NOMIS and NILOC, is a standing child carrier designed to aid an adult to carry a child with balance, lower extremity, neurological or walking disabilities.
1 Decide if you need a website: With the growth of sites such as www.etsy.com and www.ebay.co.uk, you don't necessarily need to start with a website because you can piggyback someone else's.