Ride-Along

Ride-Along

In marketing, a small sample of a product that is sent in the mail along with a periodical. Ride-alongs are intended to entice recipients to want more of the product and therefore to buy it.
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The final portion of the visit to the border included a ride-along with CBP officers and the Special Operations Detachment.
The two went on a ride-along with Chicago police, visited a prison and even attended a hip-hop concert together.
Emery went on a police ride-along Friday morning, becoming the oldest program participant in the department's history, Lt.
Surely Murtaugh can jolly him out of his gloom with a ride-along to a juicy crime scene?
and midnight, HBO) A motormouthed high-school security guard joins his girlfriend's brother, a decorated police officer, on a ride-along through the mean streets of Atlanta.
One portion of the initiative is the police ride-along, during which the students get to see first-hand, some of the different types of situations the officers may be involved in.
Additional features include: an 8-fold ride-along tool changer; a 12-hp HSK router motor; Windows-based Beckhoff CNC controllers; standard WoodWOP software and eight positioning stops for single parts and full sheets.
This past spring he created a special premium issue of Rudy Maxa's Traveler which was inserted as a polybagged ride-along in a newsstand issue of National Geographic Traveler.
The police station where I am based is running a ride-along scheme and Brian would be more than welcome to join us.
The decision of the Supreme Court in Wilson was intended to restrict more than just media ride-along programs.
ATV's can be operated in fully automatic or ride-along manual modes by turning a key switch.
When the Court announced last fall that it would hear the Wilson case and a similar ride-along case, Hanlon v.