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fall back

(communications)
A feature of a modem protocol where two modems which experience data corruption, e.g. due to line noise, can renegotiate to use a lower speed connection, possibly applying fall forward if the channel improves.
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'Serving on contracts will deprive them of pension which is a fall back for all workers everywhere,' Moseti told the Star in Kisii on Thursday.
But even if prices remain at their current elevated level of $70 per barrel for the remainder of the year, oil price inflation would still continue to fall back for the rest of 2019." It noted that food price inflation will also continue to fall despite the disruption caused by the prevailing El Niao weather phenomenon to production as the newly-enacted Rice Tariffication Law will increase the supply of rice and drive down prices.
"We're so excited to bring back the Fall Back Brew Fest for a second year," said Courtney Kulig, co-chairwoman of the project.
Volatility funds seem to have fueled the recent sell off and markets are still trying to settle down with large swings on Wall Street followed by early gains in Asia, before bourses started to fall back. Nikkei and ASX 200 managed to hang on to some of their gains and closed up 0.16% and 0.75% respectively.
When you change your clocks or "fall back" an hour Sunday, Nov.
Meanwhile, Sharon recently admitted she had to fall back in love withher husband after he cheated on her.
Sharon said in a statement that she had to fall back in love with her husband after he cheated on her.
We rely on the much that we lost without it nothing to fall Josephine Fairwater It is all right for people to say we don't want to be told what to do by others, but we rely on the EU for so much that we would be lost without it and have nothing to fall back on.
I also have a small inheritance I can fall back on later.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 19, 2016-Shares in Europe fall back after climbing to two-week high
Stocks have been pummelled in recent weeks by fears that the beleaguered eurozone may fall back into recession as its largest economy, Germany, has reported a fall in exports and slashed growth forecasts.
Global Banking News-September 25, 2014--Venezuela could fall back on reserve gold to pay debts