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Fall Back Brew Fest will also feature a band, Transformation Rocks, this year to add to the entertainment.
Earlier, we used to "fall back" or change our clocks in October, until Congress changed the month under the Energy Policy Act of 2005 to November.
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Since you have some money to fall back on, there are many areas you can enter for a satisfying endeavor.
Analysts believe that Venezuela could fall back on its gold reserves to pay back debts.
21 ( ANI ): Researchers have explained for the first time the details of how solar storms behave as they fall back onto the Sun's surface.
The company had earlier announced back in February this year that it had completed successful trials of Circuit Switched Fall Back (CSFB) technology in Pune, Kolkata and Bengaluru.
Thus, we still expect inflation to fall back into the CBR's target range by the year-end.
Summary: The Governor of the Bank of England says inflation will fall back towards the Government's 2 per cent target later than expected.
In its quarterly inflation report, the Bank cut growth forecasts for the next two years and warned inflation will fall back later than previously expected in 2013.
FALL back in love with detergent girls - because this season is all about dazzling whites.
You know, once you feel confident that you ve got a game out there and you ve got tools, you can fall back on those.