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Sidelines

1. Describing investors who believe that the markets are too volatile to risk their money. They therefore keep their money in short-term, low-risk investments until the markets are perceived to have calmed down. Investors on the sidelines usually have lower risk tolerance than investors who keep their money in the markets during these times.

2. Describing investors who are watching a security instead of taking a position on it.

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The Owls have a dry erase board on its sideline in which players can sign their name after they force a turnover.
= {'Offense' if direction of play i is the offensive teams sideline, 'Defense' if defense's sideline}
Next year, young Phil will be back on the Holy Cross sideline. He will be joining Worcester County Orthopedics, a practice headed by his dad and Chris Vinton, a former Holy Cross football player and also one of HC's team physicians.
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Back then, problems forced the Rules Committee to only allow five men to walk the sideline. The number was later reduced to three, and then one, and from 1914 to 1949 all coaches and team members were required to remain seated on the bench.
Bish helped the Cougars (1-10) get the early advantage with 9:16 left in the first quarter, taking a reverse 21 yards up the left sideline for a TD.