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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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England take on South Africa, New Zealand, Japan and Australia next month, with Eddie Jones due to name his autumn squad this morning, where he will chart the way forward without a sizeable sidelined cohort.
It does not appear to be related to the foot injury which sidelined the 24-year-old for much of the previous campaign.
Peter Crouch is expected to retain his place in attack,because Juan Pablo Angel is still sidelined with a leg problem.
Secondly, the 'remain' voters wanted Parliament to continue to be 'sidelined' so that unelected, unaccountable EU bureaucrats could continue to dump laws and regulations on the UK unopposed (by Parliament) and with no way of changing them at the ballot box.
Scunthorpe v Burton Jim O'Brien is sidelined for Scunthorpe but Stephen Dawson could be back in the side.
Lutz adds to the list of Petron's key guys sidelined by injuries like Marcio Lassiter and veteran Danny Ildefonso, who has been in and out for months due to an ailing shoulder.
Jack Hunt is available again but Oscar Gobern (ankle surgery) is sidelined.
He had taken his opportunity yesterday with Stuart Parnaby sidelined with a hamstring injury, while McClaren planned to rest Andrew Davies ahead of the UEFA Cup trip to Rome.
The Manchester United midfielder has been sidelined for a month and there were fears that he could have suffered a recurrence of the hernia problem that sidelined him for six weeks last season.
Southport are at home to Droylsden tomorrow, and defender Jimmy Williams and midfielders Steve Soley and Paul Byrne are again expected to be sidelined by injury.
Bath's head of physical preparation, Chris Mallac, said: ``One option is to let the injury heal naturally, which will result in Iain being sidelined for six to eight weeks, but if that doesn't go to plan and he needs an operation after that period, then he has effectively lost one-and-a-half months before surgery.''
The team doctor estimates Xavier will be sidelined for eight to 10 days, making him doubtful for the Poland clash in Jeonju on June 10.