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'Definitely there's a backslide to dictatorship 46 years after the declaration of martial law.
"Hordes of Tory lobby fodder will allow the Prime Minister to backslide safe in the knowledge that she has the votes banked.
"There was actually a small backslide in employee's money management habits in the first quarter of 2012 following several years of improvement," said Liz Davidson, founder/CEO of Financial Finesse.
(98) The new permit may backslide on the prior permit if new information
According to a new national poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University's Public Mind, in a head-to-head match-up against Obama, Christie trails 34 to 50 percent, a backslide from 40 to 46 percent measured in March, Politico reports.
According to OmniVision, OmniBSI-2 is designed based on the company's second- generation backslide illumination (BSI) technology, which basically flips the image sensor upside down to absorb light from the backside.
Emotional exorcism; expelling the four psychological demons that make us backslide.
THE government was today warned not to "backslide" on taking measures to close the gender pay gap after new research showed public support for tackling the issue.
THE Government was warned today not to "backslide" on taking measures to close the gender pay gap after new research showed public support for tackling the issue.
Not that she's likely to backslide. She starting her own classes to pass on the secret of her success on a Slimming World regime of pasta and rice "green days" and meat "red days".
And finally Ross Gay's Against Which walks where Kearney and Craig cartwheel or backslide. The power of Gay's poems comes from old-fashioned emotional risk and insight, not acrobatic artifice.
While ONP looks relatively strong on the West Coast, some sources in the Midwest report signs of a backslide for the grade.