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piggyback

 [pig´e-bak″]
supplementary or added on; used to refer to an intravenous infusion.

pig·gy·back

(pigē bak)
A supplemental infusion set added to a main intravenous line for the intermittent administration of drugs.
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The operator will introduce regular piggyback services from autumn 2018, with traffic predicted to reach 10 000 to 12 000 wagons per month in 2019-20.
Harborside is a major driver helping to transform the face of the Jersey City waterfront, and we're thrilled to have partners like Piggyback Bar as an anchor for its continued growth," said Michael J.
Shayegan, contacted on his cellphone by the AP, politely declined to speak of the piggyback rides until he could talk to an attorney.
Our analysis supports the assertion that, historically, loans with mortgage insurance have been associated with lower rates of delinquency or default when compared to non-insured first-mortgage loans with a piggyback second mortgage," said Eugene Ludwig, founder and chief executive officer of Promontory.
The soft lenses of choice that are used in piggyback systems are SiHy, owing to their high oxygen transmission.
The company said that Piggyback, a collaborative reporting and reward solution, will initially be integrated within Whyville.
We all support policies that prevent child sexual abuse, but no piggyback rides?
Half of the contracts cited in the audit were piggybacks.
This means that someone who can afford to pay whatever amount of money can piggyback on the back of my number and get my custom.
From loon chicks hitching a piggyback ride, to a kangaroo joey in its mother's pocket, to a lion cub carried by the scruff of its neck, each picture shows a different mode of travel--as opposed to human toddlers, who can move about on a bike or a wagon
The city and Cat State gave the OK for the aquarium to piggyback on the network, allowing the maritime research facility to push the rich media project through the network at a low cost.