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Word: rider

Definition: amendment or clause added to a legislative bill

Sentences Containing 'rider'

A rider mounts a bull and grips a flat braided rope.
And a horse and rider were easy targets.
As in the amateur divisions the pros would earn rider points.
As the rider rattled down the hill again and through the street, the village was illuminating.
Both the rider and the bull are awarded points.
Catharines, Ontario, Canada) is a Canadian speedway rider.
Creating the Rough Rider Memorial. It is not clear who first proposed a Rough Rider Memorial, or when the idea was first raised.
De Rooij was a professional rider from 1980 to 1990.
During the concert, they had Kamen Rider Eternal appear.
Funding for construction came from fellow racer Kieth Rider.
He also gained the white jersey for best young rider after this stage.
He is married to rider Susanna and the couple has three children.
He is the younger brother of MotoGP rider, Hiroshi Aoyama.
He was a professional rider from 1954 to 1962.
Her favorite movies include "Easy Rider" and "Dangerous Liaisons".
If a rider scores sufficiently low due to poor bull performance, the judges may offer the rider the option of a re-ride.
If one rider catches the other, the race is over.
In 1995 she won the Australian Young Rider Championships.
In 1997, Rider University inducted Smith into its Hall of Fame.
It is not required to wear a helmet unless the rider is under the age of 18 years.
It was at Wolves that he established himself as a genuine World Class rider.
Kiserlovski then became the team's top overall rider.
Points are usually deducted if a rider is constantly off balance.
Read was to be rider and development consultant.
Rider fans are also known for dressing up in unique and often bizarre Rider-themed costumes, the most popular being the watermelon helmet.
Rider has to finish the race to earn points.
rider Mikhail Ignatiev won this classification.
Ross is a team rider and ambassador for Glide SUP.
Schuiten was a tall (), stylish rider who shone as an amateur.
She is so impressed with him that she decides that she too will become a dressage rider.
Teams score 3 points if their rider wins a heat, 2 points if their rider finishes second, 1 for a third place finish, and none if their rider finishes last or is excluded from a heat.
The first rider in each of the 12 heats advanced to the second round.
The fourth was the young rider classification, which awarded a white jersey.
The rider is modelled on a teenage girl native of Ballymun.
The rider stooped, and, casting up his eyes at the guard, handed the passenger a small folded paper.
The rider's horse was blown, and both horse and rider were covered with mud, from the hoofs of the horse to the hat of the man.
The team's most successful rider in 2011 was David Moncoutié.
The technical term for such a person is a free rider.
The winner was the rider with the lowest number of penalties and the fastest time in the jump-off.
The winner was the rider with the lowest number of penalties and the fastest time in the second round.
There was no Quick Step-Innergetic rider in the top ten.
This prevents the rider and the tube itself from dragging on the snow.
This was because rider Hubert Dupont fell from his position above Kreuziger in the standings.
Thomas was later awarded the most aggressive rider prize for the day.
To go back down the rider leans forward or pushes down with the feet.
To jump, the rider leans even farther back.
To that point in the Tour, no French rider had yet won a stage.
Vinokourov stated before the season that 2011 would likely be his last year as a professional rider.
While at Rider, he played four seasons on the men's soccer team.
``Why, it was won by a horse and rider utterly unknown on the course.''

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