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Synonyms for backtrack

retrace your steps

Synonyms for backtrack

Synonyms for backtrack

retrace one's course

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This backtracking is best explained by a slow release of stress deep within the subduction zone, about 30 to 40 kilometers below Earth's surface, the researchers say.
Backtracking on the promise of competitiveness reforms and making it harder for employers to create jobs will slow the recovery," said Don Brunell, president of the Association of Washington Business, a JobMakers.
Invented by Trilogy software developer, Paul Vaughan, Trilogy's Backtracking technology, the first of its kind, enables software modelers working with general purpose computer languages, such as C++ and Java, to write object oriented configuration solutions intuitively without imposing control flow limitations on the search program.
However, Khar negated all such reports, saying: "There is absolutely no question of backtracking of cabinet approval of trade normalisation with India.
THAT two police officers have been stabbed is horrific in itself, but it also raises questions about a terrible backtracking by this Government.
Now they are backtracking on a commitment to children, parents, and teachers.
Laura Schlessinger, whose new television show is in trouble, is backtracking every offensive word she has ever uttered regarding gays and lesbians.
Now that UAL got the extra four months, along with the temporary pay-and-benefits cut, the company is backtracking on its belief in the negotiating process.