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Early solutions were to extend the water tanks or make the strands double back through the same tank.
As Shannon Hudson tweaked the latest ``01'' before its final delivery to its owner, Joshua Demuro saw it from the highway and had to double back.
Leute Bok is a double back which was discontinued by the brewery in the 1930s, but revived in 1997.
Often the results may be disappointing, bringing about the need to double back to an earlier point in the process, and throwing the project off schedule.
This too was cancelled and so was ushered on to a Swansea train and told to change at Bridgend and double back on myself.
The multiple narratives consistently double back on themselves (the credits appearing somewhere in the middle of the film), recasting the film's genre (is it a musical?
no eyes" speech): "Kyd's poetry aims rather to articulate an entangling web of relations, and its force depends on the preserved tension between urgency of individual feeling and the necessity, imposed by the social structure of the represented world, to postpone, double back, 'go by' (as Hieronimo famously described it) in rhetoric as in action" (72).
The building's structure requires visitors to traverse the museum in a single direction and then double back in order to exit.
But throw the same rock forward a bit harder, and it would actually double back over your head and strike the surface behind you.