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noun [countable] rider pronunciation in British English /ˈraɪdə(r)/
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  1. 3
    an addition to an official document or new law
    a rider forbidding actions that could harm the environment
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    a document that sets out all the things a performer will need before, during and after the performance, including technical specifications for the equipment and food
    The 80s were, perhaps, the golden age of the rider. This was when Iggy Pop drew up his 18-page parody, which included “Cauliflower/broccoli, cut into individual florets and thrown immediately into the garbage.”
    Submitted from United Kingdom on 12/02/2015 09:15:00

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