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backward-looking

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  • This analysis has some limitations because it's backward-looking rather than a trial that specifically recruited patients to measure how much they took medicine like anti-clotting drugs, beta-blockers and cholesterol-lowering statins.

    Muted Impact Seen From Study Backing Drug Therapy Before Stents

  • As Japan's grim trade data generate backward-looking headlines about the country's declining export power, the successes of some Japanese companies are easily missed.

    Japan's Robots Defy Trade Trend

  • During the fourth quarter, Chinese steelmakers pressured Vale to move to a new system for calculating contracted iron-ore prices, based on the current spot-market prices, instead of the backward-looking system based on a previous quarter.

    Showing Quirky Love for Valentine's Day

  • This backward-looking attitude we are living with around the globe is not helpful to the social, political, or economic health of the nation, let alone the world.

    John M. Eger: Women and the Creative Economy

  • This backward-looking attitude that we live with around the globe is not helpful to the social, political, or economic health of the nation, let alone the world.

    John M. Eger: Society Is Holding Women Back From Being Creative

  • But American fiction is not well-served when book review pages (the few of them that are left) give over so much of their space, and so little critical judgment, to such backward-looking, unimaginative work.

    Book Reviewing

  • Robert Milliner , Mallesons's chief-executive partner, dismisses such criticisms as "backward-looking."

    Asia's Allure Deepens

  • Overall, this keynote has been remarkably backward-looking so far, with few new products or applications on display compared to earlier Microsoft CES keynotes.

    Liveblog: Steve Ballmer's CES keynote

  • Democratic pollster Stan Greenberg recently released a report in which he warned the administration that, as HuffPost's Mark Blumenthal put it, "backward-looking campaign messages about who is to blame for the recession or whether the recovery efforts are succeeding are doomed to failure."

    Arianna Huffington: Something We Can Say With Certitude: The Economy Stinks!

  • It was shown many times on network news programming of the time, and made a very effective backward-looking justification for the extent of force used to conduct the initial raid.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Waco

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