Recent Examples of sidebar from the Web
Nevertheless, at the next sidebar, the noise was turned louder.
San Antonio is featured in a sidebar on the small-business lending strategy of LiftFund, which has created jobs in neighborhoods trapped in the poverty cycle.
The end of the Phoenix Suns’ five-game losing streak came with a sobering sidebar, a gruesome injury to backup point guard Isaiah Canaan.
Mathieu Amalric's Barbara, which won a special prize in the Un Certain Regard sidebar in Cannes as well as the Louis Delluc prize in December, had 8 nominations.
Many of these buying clubs graduated into food co-ops and co-op networks like the People’s Food System in the Bay Area (see sidebar).
New features by Germany's Hans Weingartner and Dutch director Nanouk Leopold are among the titles picked for Berlin's youth and children's film sidebar.
For each animal, there’s at least one map of its travels and home territory, a commentary, sidebars and globe or country map.
The argument led to a sidebar conference with Judge Richard M. Berman, one prosecutor holding the pressure cooker throughout.
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First Known Use of sidebar
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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