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We lost to West Ham and that was a great opportunity lost - I think we could have gone second - then we bounced back with a run of wins including away at Cardiff.
Paul Collingwood has hailed England's character after they bounced back from their Dutch humiliation to beat Pakistan in the World Twenty20 tournament.
Chesterfield grabbed a goal back through Derek Niven just after the break but Oldham bounced back to finish the job thanks to a double from Paul Warne.
But Wales bounced back to perform to their best on court three in their first round robin game against the Cayman Islands, and glided to a 79-27 victory.
When Krochmal unblocked the pits, though, the snakes' performance bounced back.
In March 2000, the markets started on a consistent downward slide, but having hitting their lowest points after the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the markets bounced back 16% by November.
In the interview, explore critical events in the person's life, such as failure in a job or at school, and find out how well he or she bounced back.
Technically speaking, the stock has bounced back from its October 20 low of 2.
When we finished fifth in 2012, we bounced back quickly.
The midfielder said: "After last week's disastrous defeat at Falkirk it was vitally important we bounced back in the next game.
McLeish was delighted the claret and blues bounced back from the Swansea defeat to safely negotiate their passage into the fourth round.
STEVE Harper exorcised the ghosts of relegation as Newcastle bounced back into the Barclays Premier League at the first attempt.