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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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She speaks fondly of memories with her late husband Frank when she used to go around in his motorbike sidecar.
The feature races for sidecars, and for many the highlight of the weekend, will be the two 20-lap legs of the British Formula 2 Championship.
The 38-year-old said: "He was the most dedicated person you could meet in sidecar racing.
In 2013 Ian gave an interview about the sport he loved after he had just been crowned TT sidecar champion, along with his then racing partner Neil Carpenter.
I'm looking forward to it but I've got to admit I'm a bit nervous" Mark, who won both of 2015's sidecar events at Brandon, faces tough opposition from Gareth Winterburn and former British Masters Champion, Rob Wilson.
Bloomberg has reported that the automaker was able to acquire Sidecar for less than the USD39m it raised in its last round of funding.
Sidecar, an e-commerce marketing technology that programmatically connects retailers' products to the most relevant consumers, announced Friday that it has completed a Series B round of financing totaling USD8 million.
I never really thought about a sidecar until I got a dog, but I will never be without one again,'' Roper said.
While the ministry allowed drivers to use motorbikes provided they added a sidecar, which many did, they complained of a notable decrease in customers due to the sidecar.
An early Swallow Sidecar - <B forerunner to the later Jaguars
With 22 race victories at the popular North Yorkshire public roads course, the Yorkshire pairing will be renewing their rivalry with fellow Sidecar TT winner Ian Bell and his son Carl, who have no fewer than 61 victories around the tight 2.
A sponsor often prefers a sidecar because it reduces the need to restructure the capital base and it can be set up quickly and inexpensively.