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retrace

verb copy, go over again, recall, reexamine, regress, reminisce, repeat, return, revert, review, think back upon, trace back, turn back
See also: copy, recall, reexamine, remember, repeat, review
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Joined by his son Philip, also a GP, and grandson Ben, the 80-year-old from Chester-le-Street will be travelling to Belgium to re-trace the footsteps of family members who fled the country from advancing German troops during the Battle of Mons in 1914.
Join writer, editor and critic Dr Jasmine Donahaye on horseback to re-trace Caitlin's tracks.
Our reporters have been extremely diligent in explaining exactly what happened, enabling our analysts to re-trace their steps and take action against the child sexual abuse images.
Continuing down the slope we reach the main entrance to the Valley Gardens and re-trace our steps up Montpellier Hill to return to our starting point at the Cenotaph.
30am, the pleasure boat Daffodil will re-trace the same course the Terra Nova made into harbour before berthing in Cardiff a century ago.
Forensics Replay (TM) allowing managers to re-trace steps of badge-holders and view movement histories post-emergencies
Slow Burma Travel is organising several expeditions to re-trace the footsteps of Orwell in 2012/13 for visitors who want to explore the country's rich culture and literary heritage.
She found she could not get her husband out, and when she tried to re-trace her steps, she could not find her way back out of the apartment.
THE Prince of Wales visited a remote Northumberland community to re-trace the footsteps his mother took during her royal tour more than 50 years ago.
Alice's Wonderland, the fantasy slot game based on Alice's famous adventures down the rabbit hole is a casino game that allows players to re-trace the steps of Alice herself.
There's a partition in my Hackney cab so when someone said there was a bag I had to re-trace where I'd been.
Stuart will re-trace Madin's steps and photograph these buildings as part of his new exhibition which will be at the Ikon Gallery from November.