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“He was not a good driver — and a worse back-seat driver: his adjurations to “keep the revs up” have passed into the family language.”
“Generalissimo Motors introduces the “Chavy Ghadafi” sport coupe – featuring two steering wheels, no brakes and an optional back-seat Castro.”
“The back-seat room is plenty adequate for adults on short trips; fold the seatbacks down and the 500 can accommodate a month's worth of groceries.”
“The October 1972 issue of Popular Mechanics laid out the details: Roof-mounted periscopes; bumpers wide enough to haul Dom Deluise; and in the GM model, a rear-seat “credenza,” so back-seat passengers would be protected in crashes by smacking into a vinyl-covered bosom.”
“More photos and interactive graphics President Barack Obama has based his Libya policy on the notion that the U.S. would take a back-seat role in protecting rebels and civilians from Col.”
“A back-seat passenger in Henry's car also was unhurt, Alagno said.”
“The boy sitting farthest from Fancy in the back-seat had a tattoo of a girl on his arm and was pointing at the pink flamingo staring at him through the window.”
“She was completely worn out by the time she found herself outside the terminal building, sliding her bags into the back-seat of a taxi and climbing in after them.”
“On the ride back to the team hotel, he was a back-seat passenger in a car that veered off the George Washington Memorial Parkway in Arlington.”
“Cameron and Osborne dutifully turn up for meetings of the G8, the G20 and the IMF, but are happy to take a back-seat role.”
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