Sidelined


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Sidelined

Describing a currency that is no longer traded at high volume because foreign exchange traders have begun to favor another currency.
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Joe Allen has recovered from a groin niggle, but Garry Monk, Neil Taylor and Andrea Orlandi remain sidelined.
With sophomore Cortney Kammerer and senior Krista Kammerer sidelined with ACL injuries, Williams, a forward, has stepped up and led the Pioneers in the tough Marmonte League.
There's a possibility USC defensive end Chris Barrett might miss the season, if tests determine he sustained the same shoulder injury that sidelined him last year.
Adam Deadmarsh, sidelined for more than a year, has passed all concussion testing since December 2002 but has not skated or done conditioning since Nov.
Not only were Elton Brand and Marko Jaric sidelined, Quentin Richardson went down in the first quarter with a mild left-ankle sprain.
With two starters - maybe three including Jaric - sidelined, the Clippers needed to pick up scoring slack.
Lubo stays home: Defenseman Lubomir Visnovsky, sidelined the past six games with back spasms, did not accompany the team on its trip to Nashville and Dallas.