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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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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
21 ( ANI ): Researchers have explained for the first time the details of how solar storms behave as they fall back onto the Sun's surface.
Thus, we still expect inflation to fall back into the CBR's target range by the year-end.
Summary: The Governor of the Bank of England says inflation will fall back towards the Government's 2 per cent target later than expected.
In its quarterly inflation report, the Bank cut growth forecasts for the next two years and warned inflation will fall back later than previously expected in 2013.
You know, once you feel confident that you ve got a game out there and you ve got tools, you can fall back on those.
2292, but is steadily losing momentum and should fall back to the downside.
This could be a sharp fall back over the next four to six months.
Capitol Police Chief Phillip Morse commanded his men to fall back in order to let the protestors exercise their "rights.
I fall back in the Lord's crib for the rest of my life.