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undo

To restore the last editing operation that has taken place. For example, if a segment of text has been deleted or changed, performing an undo will restore the original text. Programs may have several levels of undo, including being able to reconstruct the original data for all edits performed in the current session. See redo and undo send.

Control-Z
On many operating systems and applications, pressing Ctrl-Z on the keyboard undoes the last function. See Control key.
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No one will be allowed to undo the gains of decades long national struggle and sacrifices especially of brave Pakistani tribals.
To accommodate increased demand from US companies, Undo also announced its official expansion into the states with a new office in San Francisco.
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In Google's Gmail, an 'Undo Send' button is available to users who can choose to delete an email within 30 seconds.
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If and when a user sends an email to the wrong person, he or she can undo the action within a few seconds after sending the mail.
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HERMIONE Norris has revealed how nervous she felt about returning to her Cold Feet character after 13 years because she did not want to undo the affection felt for the show.
IT'S so convenient clicking the "delete" key wiping out mistakes, even more useful clicking "undo" putting things back as they were.
NUT deputy general secretary Kevin Courtney said: "Parents will be as outraged as teachers that the Government can undo over 50 years of comprehensive public education at a stroke."
GOOGLE are finally rolling out their "Undo Send" feature for Gmail users.