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[ US /ˈsaɪdˌbɑɹ/ ]
[ UK /sˈa‍ɪdbɑː/ ]
NOUN
  1. (law) a courtroom conference between the lawyers and the judge that is held out of the jury's hearing
  2. a short news story presenting sidelights on a major story
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  • EU Referendum: Saddam "the federator of Europe" skip to main | skip to sidebar Saddam "the federator of Europe"
  • Norfolk Blogger: Labour "talking up" the BNP again skip to main | skip to sidebar Labour "talking up" the BNP again
  • I'll add it to my blogroll in the sidebar.
  • To help maintain interest, each chapter contains a short, informative sidebar.
  • The body of the text, arranged in three segments, provides links in the sidebar that may sidetrack the reader through related concepts in other segments.
  • Our Future: Thoughts: MARV and the Hoppers skip to main | skip to sidebar Thoughts: MARV and the Hoppers
  • Bibliophile Bullpen: bad day at the brattle skip to main | skip to sidebar bad day at the brattle
  • Believing that music should be free, man, a groundswell of penny-pinching hippies forced the promoter to provide free concerts as a sidebar to the festival.
  • So good is it that I've put it in the sidebar under ‘Information’ for permanent reference.
  • But if you look to the links section on the homepage sidebar you'll see a link for my ‘personal faves’ section, which has a dozen or so of my sentimental faves.
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