Recent Examples of sidebar from the Web
But fiscal hawks will crow when Congress and the president vote on and sign a debt ceiling increase -- even if there’s a sidebar to make significant budgetary cuts.
Though the French-Do-It-Better premise of this book is nothing new, its structure — 50 French secrets to joyful eating, accompanied by fresh, simple recipes with lots of chatty sidebars — is refreshing and ridiculously readable.
As the Cannes Film Festival winds down, the first of the weekend's awards were handed out Thursday night by the Critics’ Week sidebar, with Makala taking the top prize.
In a sidebar to Robert Ehlert’s Grapes West column on Coiled Wines published May 19 in Scene, the address and hours for the new tasting room/production facility were incorrect.
Two new options in Labs add a quick overview of your Calendar and Google Docs documents to the Gmail sidebar.
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Legal Definition of sidebar
: sidebar conference had failed to request a sidebar before injecting the collateral offense into the trial — Dockery v. State, 659 So. 2d 219 (1994); also : the place near or before the bench where a sidebar conference takes place the judge informed both attorneys…that they…could stand at sidebar while questions were posed — Commonwealth v. Urena, 632 N.E.2d 1200 (1994) — compare bench, stand
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