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Synonyms for backtrack

retrace your steps

Synonyms for backtrack

Synonyms for backtrack

retrace one's course

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Among its other features, BackTrack Music creates individual and corporate profiles based on information supplied by its members through the web-based service; after analysis of the supplied data through its revolutionary methodology, BackTrack connects specific members with one another.
Lead-off single Backtrack is perhaps the album's strongest track - and one that was meant to be on the original release of the CD.
I refused to backtrack on my views and statements and collaborate with security services to obtain my liberation," Ould Sidi Mouloud told the Moroccan "Med Radio" from Nouakchott.
Customers using both SQL- BackTrack and Tivoli Storage Manager are afforded extended recovery benefits that include the ability to do the following:
25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- On August 15, 2014, BackTrack launched its much anticipated and innovative music service which consolidates the music industry into an online, accessible network of artists, managers, and record labels.
Summary: Bruce Forsyth was forced to backtrack after he said the nation should get a "sense of humour" about the Strictly Come Dancing race row.
Summary: Lebanese farmers on Friday threatened to take to the streets if the government refuses to backtrack on its decision to cancel the Export Plus Program.
Are we supposed to read between any lines regarding how Team Mayo decided to get sentimental and backtrack to West Virginia for his final year of prep hoops?
US DEFENCE Secretary Donald Rumsfeld was forced to backtrack yesterday after saying in a speech that he knew of no clear link between al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein.
Increasingly ostracized, Falwell made several efforts to backtrack, releasing a statement of apology and appearing on Rivera Live and Good Morning America in an attempt to explain himself.
With enough funding, the team at Backtrack will be able to develop the app across multiple operating systems and devices, allowing for more people to share and enjoy music.
It's not a box that lawmakers can check off as 'done' one year and then backtrack on the next without incurring a serious hit to the business climate," said Steve Mullin, Washington Roundtable president.
8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- BackTrack conducted a study asking Human Resource Managers if they have ever hired someone with a felony criminal record.
Businesses across the nation are looking for ways to cut expenses and our survey shows the travel industry stands to take the biggest hit," says BackTrack CEO Bob Gandee.
Furthermore, RTI president and CEO Timothy Rupert was recently forced to backtrack on his claim that RTI would achieve nearly 50% capacity utilization at the titanium plant in Niles by the end of 2004.