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Stop pestering me with all your advice. Pensioner breaks leg in car crash. I took a back seat during the presentation because I knew you could handle it. A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said: This phrase got its start from the irritating tendency of some people of giving unwanted advice to vehicle drivers. Cruising in Caravelle style. I always used to take a back seat and let people get on with it.

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If one thing takes a back seat to another, people give the first thing less attention because it is less important or interesting than the other thing. Odioms key to safer driving. It is true that in the Apollo programme science baackseat a back seat to technology and engineering. A 2-month-old girl riding in the lap of a car’s backseat passenger was seriously injured when she was ejected from the vehicle during a crash, officials said Wednesday.

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Man’s body found in car on Munsif-Jbeil highway. To be given a lower priority.

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backsaet The research from the car insurance experts also reveals that the worst backseat pests are bus drivers, train drivers and delivery men who obviously forget backsea they’re off duty. Instead of being a backseat driver, I would rather take full responsibility and lead the project.

For example, Linda was content to take a back seat and let Nancy run the meeting. Unfortunately, I had the flu last week, so everything else around the house had to take a back seat. Robert, like many sons-in-law, hated to have to drive his mother-in-law home because he felt that she was a backseat driver of the worst sort. To be given a lower priority. Back seat drivers too have benefited as the rear seatbacks now recline.

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Infant in lap ejected from car. This term originated in the United States in the s, when it was first used for a passenger legitimately directing a chauffeur, and it was quickly transferred to figurative use. Making new friends and rivals soon takes a backseat to the mystery of bacoseat is kidnapping faerie-blooded Changelings like Ernie.

The touch-screen controls are easily operated for climate control, navigational needs and music systems and any back seat drivers can be kept quiet with their very own individual multi-media systems. The deliberate use of the term “route map” will spark accusations, made by John Major against Margaret Thatcher, that Mr Blair intends to be a back-seat driver when he quits No.

Only unwanted advises and complaints with zero meaningful contribution from him. I was happy to take a back seat and give someone else the opportunity to manage the project. Down’s back-seat opinions are highly irresponsible; Trainer John Hills is growing weary of Down’s approach to his subject.

The part marks the entry of this composite material into the lightweight design of backseat systems and is further evidence of its enormous potential in series production applications,” explained Plaggenborg.

John quickly became annoyed at Mary’s tendency to become a backseat driver whenever he drove her somewhere, so he just began to let her drive.

The space is generous for the driver and front passenger and the back seat drivers have adequate leg room and lots of space to sit back and enjoy the ride. A passenger in a vehicle not necessarily in the backseat who attempts to instruct the driver or criticize their driving skills. Also see the synonym Monday-morning quarterback and the antonym take a back seat. But like many women’s music festivals, the tunes often take a backseat to the event itself, since artists, craftswomen, drum workshops, basketball games, and vendors create a marvelous minimetropolis.

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The ‘Driver Distraction’ study, commissioned by esure car insurance revealed that 14 per cent of motorists have had an accident or near miss due to being distracted by a back-seat driver.

This term originated in the United States in the s, when it was first used for a passenger legitimately directing a chauffeur, and it was quickly transferred to figurative use. Even changing your routine for example, if you don’t usually pick up your child at the daycare center can make parents forget their child is in the backseat.

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Idilms issue seat belt warnings first before fining drivers. John quickly became annoyed at Mary’s tendency to become a backseat driver whenever he drove her somewhere, so he just began to let her drive. Which politician said in Totally eclipsed by double-barrel attack. It’s a must for all back seat drivers and Formula 1 fans.

I cannot stand my relatives being backseat driver to me.