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retrace your steps

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Synonyms for backtrack

retrace one's course

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6 February 2018 - South Carolina, US-based background screening and talent acquisition services provider General Information Services (GIS), has finalised the acquisition of Ohio, US-based background screening provider BackTrack Inc.
In the evocative title sequence of Michael Petroni's Backtrack (2015), the camera glides elegantly through an Illustrated scene speckled with snow, birds perched on naked branches, and dark, silhouetted figures.
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.
I admit my weakness as an insight into why I was so excited to receive Bushnell's latest GPS offering, the BackTrack.
99 Remember where your tent is with the Bushnell backtrack (right).
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.
Integration with Tivoli Storage Manager is a key differentiator for SQL- BackTrack.
There are two big buts: you can't change the text size and some pathetic idiot has coded it so you can't backtrack to the site whence you came.
The BackTrack Group, a division of StrandWare, Inc.
Company offers an extension module for its BackTrack tracking software program that enables users to seamlessly integrate Radio Frequency (RF) Portable Data Terminals (POTs) and Internet-connected devices directly into the application in real-time.
The German dissent, according to The Washington Post, "shocked and angered the Clinton Administration," and German officials, under heavy pressure from Washington, began to backtrack.
Now, there's nothing to retract or backtrack whatsoever,' she told the Philippine Daily Inquirer over the phone.
In terrorism cases, however, mostly fear forces witnesses to backtrack.