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flashback

a transition in a novel, film, etc., to an earlier scene or event

flashback

[′flash‚bak]
(civil engineering)

flashback

A reversal of flame in a system that is counter to the usual flow of the combustible mixture.
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Flashback Hotel has a rare beauty, with delicately drawn images that offset its apocalyptic scenes.
In fact, one of the most frustrating parts of Gumm is sitting through three flashbacks which were not needed.
Fix to abomination not switching out of beast mode in flashback fails.
It was busy the whole time." She said the event is called Flashback because they wanted to revisit the Broummana of 10 to 15 years ago.
7.30pm-8.30pm: Husband slips into a full flashback. Takes 45 minutes and extra medication to de-escalate the situation and convince him that it is not 1993, I am "me" and the grown man in the house is his son, rather than the baby he expects to see.
Best known for their hits Don't You Want Me, Mirror Man, Human and Tell Me When , the English act will be a part of an event called Flashback. It will include street performers, jugglers, DJs, stilt walkers and family activities, as well as food trucks during the day.
Flashback will use the funding to support the company's infrastructure, hire new professionals and provide additional working capital to bankroll the development and marketing of its first product, the company commented.
While the combustion literature distinguishes between several types of flashback, the underlying principle is always the same: The vector sum of flame consumption speed and flow velocity points upstream.
Birmingham, United Kingdom, September 19, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Blueberry Software Ltd has launched BB FlashBack version 4, the eagerly anticipated upgrade of the company's best-selling professional screen recorder.
Apple is developing a tool designed to remove the Flashback malware currently found on over 600,000 Mac computers according to the company.
Malware criminals are on the hunt for Mac victims again, repurposing the Java-based vulnerability used by the Flashback bot to push a new drive-by web attack,security firm Sophos has reported.
The consumer electronics company said it was working on finding and ridding "Flashback" malware that exploits a flaw in Oracle Corp s Java software.