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retrace

[′rē‚trās]
(electronics)
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It would be but a question of time before the inexperienced creatures perished in the dense forest--that they ever could retrace their steps to the river was most unlikely, and the chances were that one by one they would be dispatched by head hunters while they slept.
The recollection of the horrid days that had just passed was the thing that finally decided the Manyuema, and so, after a short conference, they took up their burdens and set off to retrace their steps toward the village of the Waziri.
Once you've finished admiring the views, retrace your steps for a few hundred metres before heading south to skirt Cregan an Laogh on the way back to the dam.
The report expects Lebanese bond spreads to retrace the widening since January 10, and expects the front end to benefit the most along the curve.
'Whenever we feel we have lost our way, we can start over and retrace our steps or we can continue down the same wrong path and face its ugly consequences.
class="MsoNormalWhenever we feel we have lost our way, we can start over and retrace our steps or we can continue down the same wrong path and face its ugly consequences.
Returning back to Crewe, the engine will retrace the outward journey back to Chester where a diesel locomotive takes over.
Almost 80 years after the first 'Kindertransport' evacuations of Jewish children to safety in Britain, 42 people set off on Sunday on a memorial bike ride that will retrace their journey from Berlin to London.
Government Office for Development and European Cohesion Policy hosted Retrace partners and their stakeholders on 4 and 5 May in Ljubljana and organised study visits for them to learn more about Slovenian examples of good practice in circular economy.
Aucun manuscrit ou œuvre ne retrace retrace sa vie et son parcours.
Reader Offers PS10 off Special Offer Book before 30 November 2015* Battlefields of World War One Retracing the events of the Great War 4 days from PS239.00, 6 May & 23 September 2016 Retrace the events of the Great War, visiting some of the most poignant and important sites of the Somme and Ypres Salient.
The free apps, created by Skelton-based Bram Stoker International Film Festival and Stockton app developer Mobile Rockit, are the result of months of research by the team to retrace the author's footsteps during his stay in Whitby in 1890.