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sideline

an auxiliary business activity or line of merchandise
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"I was watching him on the sideline the last day and he wasn't so bad when I was watching the tape back.
Those takeaways enabled him to take a seat on the Broncos' "turnover throne," a chair Boise State put on its sideline this season.
President Donald Trump on the sidelines of the US-Arab-Islamic Summit to be held in Riyadh on Sunday.
The tablets are (http://www.geekwire.com/2014/heres-nfl-players-coaches-use-microsofts-custom-built-surface-tablet/) 15 times faster than the previous method used by coaches on the sidelines. 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.
"That got me thinking, if there's any doubt, what am I doing on the sideline? I've been coaching for 100 years.
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.
"In Tales from the Denver Broncos Sideline" also gives readers the stories of the low points that tested Broncos fans' allegiance, the incredible highs that followed, and everything in between.
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.
WORCESTER - Phil Lahey practically grew up at Fitton Field, cheering on his father's alma mater and accompanying his dad, also Phil, Holy Cross' longtime team physician, on the HC sideline during football games.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian MP reiterated that the sideline talks between the Iranian and US delegations in Geneva last Thursday did not include issues pertaining to the bilateral ties and merely centered on Tehran's package of proposals to the West also discussed in the main talks with all the six world powers.
The former boss claims too much off field 'organisational' work was left to him and as a result he wasn't alert and quick thinking enough on the sideline.