sidenote

sidenote

(ˈsaɪdˌnəʊt)
n
a note written in the margin of a page
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On a quick sidenote, we're sending all our well wishes to Germany's Silvia MittermE-ller, who is a little under the weather to say the least.
At Turf Moor, the sidenote to a string of wins took centre stage, helped by a lengthening injury list that saw them without seven first-teamers.
As a sidenote, this station failed to attract a bid in the FCC's incentive auction.
As an interesting sidenote, David Garvin describes how Google embarked on its people analytics program to address a cultural problem, one many R&D leaders might understand.
As a sidenote, the sun does this as well every 11 years, with a full cycle every 22 years, which is why we have sunspot cycles.
Just on a sidenote, I got a pleasant surprise when I was watching Premier League review earlier this week and my name cropped up.
As a sidenote for those readers who do double duty as film buffs and baseball fans, the "Miracle" Braves vaulted from last place on July 4,1914, to win the pennant in the then-eight team National League before sweeping the mighty Philadelphia Athletics in the World Series.
On a sidenote, I now have a very powerful Squirtle.
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It would have been a nice sidenote, not headline news.
On a sidenote,that pomeranian is wise beyond his years -- you might consider getting one next.