Sentences with word «back»

Back is a novel written by British writer Henry Green and published in 1946. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)
During a walk from the West Wing to a luncheon, Mr. Trump and Mr. Trudeau were engrossed in conversation, with both strolling slowly and Mr. Trump placing his hand on Mr. Trudeau's back.
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Without doubt in the back of all minds in January 2016 is where is that safe haven?
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While extroverts often tend to sit in the front of a room, introverts often prefer the back or a corner.
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It is easy to feel as though your back is against the wall and you have no way to overcome your financial stress.
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Sanctions placed on Russia by Europe and the U.S. have added to the country's economic decline, on the back of the falling oil price and Russian ruble.
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One advantage these investors had is they weren't turning their backs on a great career to start investing.
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Our country is built on the backs of small business.
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Cisco shares fell this year, while Apple outperformed the market on the back of record earnings thanks to solid demand for the iPhone and Mac products.
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Of course, if a second bull run occurs in April as the experts are suggesting then EOS will make even bigger gains off the back of this.
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As soon as he delivered his response a forced cheer erupted from the party staffers in the back of the room and spread through the crowd of supporters, drowning out any further media questions and signalling an end to the official event program.
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Ramelius Resources has enjoyed a fruitful year, with profit up 71 per cent on the back of increased production and lower costs.
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So if you're in a developed country and you understand what bitcoin is and you don't want charge backs and you don't want to accept credit cards, at least accept my bitcoin.
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On the back of improving economic data, the Fed raised interest rates last December for only the second time since 2006.
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No, seriously: the graphics board market has rocketed +34 % in Q2 of 2017 alone, largely on the backs of Ethereum GPU miners.
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And if it does, it will likely mean that Mexico will turn their back on a lot [of] intelligence sharing... with us.»
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As is the case with Singapore, Australian banks have also been recently downgraded to «negative» by Moody's on the back of an expected deterioration in operating conditions for the remainder of the year and beyond.
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Refusing to save money on the backs of our children, we restored $ 100 million in education funding.
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Publishers put quotes by hotshots on back of books.
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Come to think of it, that experience — and the fact that he won't have one arm tied behind his back — would make him ideally suited as Twitter's full-time CEO.
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Professor McQuade said Mr Giuliani's TV interviews might have been an effort to speak to Mr Cohen and to reassure him that the White House still has his back.
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In our October 2016 report «4 Stocks to Buy No Matter Who Wins the Presidency,» we noted that Industrials stocks could be poised for a big 2017 on the back of Trump's focus on fiscal policy.
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And make sure that before that first meeting, you know all the elements of your business plan like the back of your hand because you might just be making your pitch in a more relaxed locale, like a coffee shop, and sans PowerPoint.
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You can get underway without the burden of debt on your back.
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Isn't it time you took the target off your audience's back and invited them share in your brand story?
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So the interesting thing is that over the last few days it does seem like we're getting a bit of that back and Gold is now trading in opposition to the Nasdaq...
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Donald Trump shakes hands with Robert Miller (right) while patting Wilbur Ross (center) on the back.
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Because they got their back to the water and their face to the sand, surrounded by enemies without natural resources,» McKenna said.
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Nevertheless, the weak action of the past three days also means there is an equally good chance that stocks could now tumble to new lows, due to the back to back failed reversal attempts (including the November 12 «inside day»).
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We've seen Bitcoin Cash ease back from its 24th April swing high $ 1,578.3, on the back of a combination of profit taking and a realization that a creation of an Altcoin will be unlikely.
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Never again did I want to flip burgers or break my back moving boxes for a living again.
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Just as the equity markets were absorbing the Russian rumors, the precious metals were making recent lows on the back of stock market strength and better economic news from the U.S. For all you technical-oriented market watchers, the gold and silver both put in outside reversal higher days so we will watch to see if there is any follow through in the metals market tomorrow.
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But Nissan's ascent has largely been on the back of heavy buyer incentives, plus its sales quality has been deteriorating.
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«As he got to the back of the dispenser, he was calmly explaining the disassembly process, when all of a sudden we both jumped back in a panic.
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By: Reuters 3rd May 2018 Guinea's economy expanded by more than 8 % in 2017 and is on track to grow by around 6 % this year on the back of a rebound in the mining sector, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Wednesday.
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Let's have a flash back of the stock market crashes that have happened in the past:
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If the only driving force behind content creation is SEO, the content will be lousy, no decent site will publish it, and therefore no decent back links will be created.
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But, given that crossing deserts brings a slow, miserable death to a number of these immigrants (and others will suffocate in the back of cargo trucks or be murdered by smugglers), a few more feet to climb is probably going to deter only a small number of potential immigrants.
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While undocumented immigrants like Juan work to pick up the pieces after disaster, the Trump administration is placing targets on their backs.
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On the back of these incidents, Chipotle's shareholders will weigh to what extent current board members should be held responsible for these incidents and whether pay decisions were appropriate given the Company's travails.
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The fact that Stratasys doesn't launch rockets, though, isn't keeping Stratasys stock from rocketing more than 8 % today on the back of a big upgrade from the analysts at Susquehanna.
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Executive Orders will become the new de facto fiat currency that «backs» Treasury bonds and the dollar.
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Given silver's large industrial demand component, it initially attracted some attention on the back of growth and risk optimism amid the reflation theme.
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Claude Hopkins said it: «Generalities fall off your readers like water off a duck's back
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«I think the pressure [to increase interest rates] will be there, because the Fed in the U.S. should stop printing money, and taper off as they say,» Mr. Flaherty, referring to the dialling back of U.S. bond-buying, told CTV in an interview aired Sunday.
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According to the World Gold Council (WGC), demand for gold slipped by 7 percent in 2017 compared with a year earlier on the back of a decline in central-bank purchases, a sharp slide in inflows into gold ETFs (exchange-traded funds) and a 10-percent fall in coin investments.
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Trevena added that when Christy Clark was a talk radio host, she raised important concerns about the B.C. Liberals» mismanagement of the ferry system, but now that she can do something about It, she has turned her back on coastal communities.
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Some Republican representatives in high-tax districts have said they will vote «no» because of the scaling back of the «SALT» deduction.
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I think they can balance new investment with buy backs and dividend increases for the near future.
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There will always be people in the world who are willing to walk over you while stabbing you in the back to get to where they want to be.
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Her bet is at $ 1.35, on the back of rising interest rates stateside, which she welcomes, noting that it has given British manufacturers a competitive edge.
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