from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A one-wheeled car for a single passenger, attached to the side of a motorcycle.
- n. A cocktail combining brandy, an orange-flavored liqueur, and lemon juice.
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- n. A one-wheeled attachment to a motorcycle to allow for a separate seat for a passenger or cargo space.
- n. A cocktail made with cognac (or brandy), triple sec liqueur, and lemon juice.
- adj. A sidecar file is a file which stores data, such as metadata, which is not supported by the source file format.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a cocktail made of orange liqueur with lemon juice and brandy
- n. conveyance consisting of a small carrier attached to the side of a motorcycle
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The vote on the sidecar is also the vote on HR3590. cboldt: House enrollment of the “deemed passed” self-executing rule is conditional on passing H. Con.
If the sidecar is unrelated to the first bill (HR 3590), then I agree that HR 3590, by passage of the sidecar by the House alone, is in condition for presentment.
When the HCR sidecar is introduced, the House will produce a rule that ties the two bills together for a vote while retaining their nature as separate bills.
March 16, 2010, 5: 16 pm thefncrow says: cboldt: If the sidecar is unrelated to the first bill (HR 3590), then I agree that HR 3590, by passage of the sidecar by the House alone, is in condition for presentment.
In Congress, the word sidecar doesn't call up images of a one-wheeled device precariously attached to a motorcycle — but it's a risky vehicle all the same.
Sidecar Faces a Bumpy Ride In Congress, the word sidecar doesn't call up images of a one-wheeled device precariously attached to a motorcycle — but it's a risky vehicle all the same.
Before then, you'll see a mishmash of other things go into effect at various times — and of course some of the changes depend on the Senate passing the House's so-called sidecar, or reconciliation, bill of changes.
An example would be the recurring gag involving a motorcycle and sidecar, which is funny the first time it happens, but its iterations are overly predictable and go exactly as the viewer would expect them to.
So a sidecar is the ONLY possibility. let's not start on the safety discussion, you can get hit by a bus crossing the street, life is not safe
And insurers have embraced so-called sidecar agreements as a way to underwrite more business without pumping up their balance sheets.