The key point to watch on who wins this fight: If the rider stays, Democrats blinked first.
Political ads showing Harry Reid on rider mower, mowing the Mall?
Coyle reiterates many of the accusations against Armstrong, which, he says, were nothing new to the rider.
You acknowledge that it showed extremely poor judgment and taste to show the rider a picture you took of her.
William, a keen Ducati rider, turned to Harry and whispered: 'We should borrow that for the weekend.'
But it was the rider, even more than the burro, that excited their mirth.
If the rider had won, Devil might have become a good saddle horse.
Perhaps the rider carried the loot, and had circled to escape interception.
As you had the first choice of a rider, I must choose the ground.
rider's Almanack for 1794 lay before me; and, in troth, I then had no other.
"one who rides," Old English ridere "rider, trooper, knight, mounted warrior," agent noun from ride (v.). Meaning "clause tacked on to a document after first draft" is from 1660s. Related: Riderless.
A provision, usually controversial and unlikely to pass on its own merits, that is attached to a popular bill in the hopes that it will “ride” to passage on the back of the popular bill.