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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of retrace.

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Examples

  • At the end of an hour Mr. Pike wore the Elsinore around, and again retraced the course she must have been sailing when the Greek went over.

    CHAPTER XVIII

  • At the end of an hour Mr. Pike wore the Elsinore around, and again retraced the course she must have been sailing when the Greek went over.

    Chapter 18

  • "retraced" their steps and re-interviewed nine men who survived a string of 14 attacks from late May to early this month.

    ajc.com - News

  • "retraced" their steps and re-interviewed nine men who survived a string of 14 attacks from late May to early this month.

    ajc.com - News

  • "retraced" their steps and re-interviewed nine men who survived a string of 14 attacks from late May to early this month.

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  • After discovering there was no DNA left to check on the knife or the bra clasp, the experts retraced the steps taken by Stefanoni, concluding that the DNA trace of Kercher on the blade was so weak it could not be reliably matched – or was at best the result of contamination – and quoted Stefanoni admitting in court she should have double-tested her result to be more convincing.

    Amanda Knox DNA appeal sparks legal battle by forensic experts

  • He retraced his steps from the afternoon until he was at the bottom of the staircase.

    Gabriella Hewitt » 2009 » January

  • He retraced his steps from the afternoon until he was at the bottom of the staircase.

    My turn for the blog tour

  • He said there must have been a moment at which his soul slipped away but he could not remember it even though all day every day he retraced his movements through that space trying to locate a someplace to go back to or a something to undo.

    Flicker

  • The blue-chip index retraced some of those losses in the final minutes to finish with a gain of 78.41 points, or 0.7%, at 12097.83.

    Europe at Crossroads

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