Recent Examples of sidebar from the Web
After premiering in the ACID sidebar at Cannes, Cassandro should keep on fighting in festivals and select art-house theaters, especially those programming LGBT fare.
The latest spin is that Ryan’s rash act has sparked a war in the House GOP caucus between its Catholics and its Protestant evangelicals — but that seems like the sidebar to the main story.
To download, watch or listen to this report now, click on the thumbnail/player on the sidebar.
Those forays are risky: Vast areas haven't yet been cleared of land mines (see sidebar), and drug traffickers, paramilitary groups, and non-FARC armed insurgents plague the countryside.
Starting Wednesday, the company is rolling out new features like snooze buttons and a sidebar with a new task-management system.
However, a separate, related New York Times sidebar characterized Kraft’s quotes as one of the most biting criticisms of Trump during the meeting.
On the first day of trial, Coset asked for a sidebar.
The Verge revealed the new design earlier this week, alongside features like quick reply to emails, the ability to snooze emails until later, and a new sidebar to place calendar appointments side-by-side with messages.
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legal Definition of sidebar
- had failed to request a sidebar before injecting the collateral offense into the trial
- —Dockery v. State, 659 So. 2d 219 (1994)
- the judge informed both attorneys…that they…could stand at sidebar while questions were posed
- —Commonwealth v. Urena, 632 N.E.2d 1200 (1994)
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