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a seat at the rear.
take a backseat,
to occupy a secondary or inferior position:
Her writing has taken a backseat because of other demands on her time.
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2014.
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Roadside attractions were the only way to keep kids from having a
The couple squeeze into the
, she carrying a bright blue gym bag, he the dull burden of history.
In the years to come, export of products will take a
as export of services will go to full steam.
Unfortunately, picture-drawing is considered childish, which is partly why visual thinking has taken a
to verbal agility.
Such limitations preserve some
room, and anyone sitting back there will need it.
But the gee-whiz factor will always take a
When properly restrained, children are safest in the
of a vehicle.
He directed one of the employees to drive her car and directed the other to get in the
One of the victims was put into the trunk of the car and the other two were placed in the
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