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bounce back

Objects in a touchscreen appearing to spring back into view when scrolled too far off the end of the screen. Apple's bounce back patent for the iPhone was a major issue in the Apple-Samsung patent trial of 2012, in which Apple was awarded USD $1 billion in damages.
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We capitulated I suppose is the word, but we are all in it together and I am sure we will bounce back.
We've bounced back before this season and we'll bounce back again for the last five games.
I feel like in the past I've tried to bounce back but I've been kind of defeatist.
Adversity comes in many forms and I'm constantly impressed by people's capacity to bounce back from the difficult situations life throws at them.
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The Prime Minister had earlier on Friday said the Indian economy will bounce back to the seven to eight percent growth rate path within three years.
Well done to Danny Garcia on his performance, but I promise I'll bounce back stronger than ever as I look to regain my spot at the top of the 140lb division.
JOE LEDLEY has backed his Celtic team-mates to bounce back from their Inverness setback and steer their Scottish Premier League title campaign back on course.
CRAIG GORDON has been told he will bounce back "even stronger" from his latest injury.
However, as the 30-minute RSI approaches oversold territory, we may see the pair bounce back and hold a narrow range throughout the trade but, a break below yesterday's range may lead the pair to test the weekly low at 1.
The Middle East economy will bounce back soon, but for rest of the world it's gloom and doom, according to a leading Harvard University economics professor.
Summary: Bruno Senna has vowed to bounce back after seemingly being snubbed by the team formerly known as Honda.