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retrace

[′rē‚trās]
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To retrace my steps to the summit of the divide and explore another canyon seemed the only solution of my problem, but a sudden widening and levelness of the canyon just before me seemed to suggest that it was about to open into a level country, and with the lure of discovery strong upon me I decided to proceed but a short distance farther before I turned back.
As he turned to retrace his steps he found his three companions gazing in wide-eyed astonishment upon the strange new creatures which confronted them.
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.
Growing more alarmed every minute, he began to retrace his steps.
They turned without delay and began to retrace their steps.
ON THE ROAD March retraces 1968 civil rights demo in Derry yesterday
Organized by the British-based World Jewish Relief group, the ride retraces the route of the trains.
A RE easy or upbeat but A Brief Stop On The Auschwitz, by Goran handled more delicately and sensitively because the POW in question is the author's own father, Using personal photos, letters and other documents, the Swedish writer delves into his Jewish roots and retraces his dad's journey from the Lodz Ghetto in Poland through to the brutal Auschwitz-Birkenau, where he is separated from his beloved Halinka (Hala) and his family.
Rolf retraces his father and uncle's movements to the battlefields where they fought side by side.