Recent Examples of sidebar from the Web
Is Lonzo Ball doing some IRL testing of these other sneakers so the BBB team (sidebar: who exactly is the BBB design team?) can improve his signature sneakers?
Since the President tweeted his imminent arrival, the U.S. Women's Open officially became a sidebar.
There are a lot of sidebars and footnotes that go along with these best-player or worst-player statements, of course.
The potential jurors were questioned at a sidebar with Judge Matsumoto, defense lawyers, prosecutors and one reporter from a news pool.
A few other trivial-seeming yet helpful iOS 11 enhancements include the Slide Over sidebar, which can now be moved to the left or right on the iPad's display instead of being locked to one side.
A sidebar is full of accessible fact sheets on topics ranging from stretch marks to paraben safety.
A consistent effort from the announcers, who stayed a bit more focused compared to Game 1's sidebar of Van Gundy becoming distracted by Rihanna.
The latter served as sidebar that the Obama Administration thought was essential to score some Democratic support.
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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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