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Synonyms for look back

look towards one's back

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look back upon (a period of time, sequence of events)

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It's great to look back and remember, but was it always bliss?
We look back to God who is the source of all our blessings.
It's what we are, how we are made, So go on look back don't be afraid.
Georgie Thompson and Ted Kravitz are joined by guests to present a look back at another thrilling season.
If you look back on it, it had goals, it had saves, it had sending-offs -everything that a final should have.
He then tries to make everyone look back to the introduction of the poll tax.
TITLE: Look Back in Anger VENUE: LBT REVIEW BY: Barry Gibson JIMMY Porter is angry with the world.
Dudley Council has produced the book, which includes a look back at the area's Saxon beginnings and its mention in the Domesday Book.
Recently, when I read the words: "Never look back, try harder in the future", I had that reaction.
More interestingly, most of the ones who did look back to a previous page also reported doing so--a finding consistent with the view that look-backs index strategic behaviour.
And it's a time that I'll always look back on with fondness, but her and I have moved on, and she has a separate life and I have a separate life.
For this volume, the 1500 books are divided into five sections: Drama, Mythology, Poetry, and Sacred Writing; Fiction; Biography and History; Nonfiction; and Seniors Look Back.
As I prepare to pass the torch of leader-ship to Charles Schulman, who will become AMAA president after our 2004 Sports Medicine Symposium this April, I look back on my years as a member, and then as president of AMAA with fond memories.
It's hard to imagine that someday, someone will look back at this time as the good old days.
LESS THAN A WEEK BEFORE "PUTTING TO BED" THE SECOND half of Artforum's two-volume look back on the '80s, organized by my predecessor, Jack Bankowsky, I found myself seated across from sculptor Haim Steinbach at a Brooklyn kitchen table, a late winter light waning on the running tape recorder and half-finished plate of marzipan between us.