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  • n. Plural form of traceback.

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Examples

  • And the growers who all did not regulation now are wishing like the dickens they had had it so that there would be some accountability and country of origin labeling and tracebacks so that we could have some accountability.

    CNN Transcript Jul 14, 2008

  • With an efficient, effective animal tracking system in place, USDA will be able to perform rapid tracebacks in case of an animal disease outbreak.

    Animals and Government

  • Formal tracebacks conducted by public health officials in

    Food Poisoning Law Blog

  • The default level is 1 in which information, warnings, errors and tracebacks (if any occur) will be shown.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Movement restrictions, tracebacks, and increased testing could result in added costs both to owners and to public agencies.

    TheHorse.com News

  • For errors and failures tracebacks can be viewed whilst the test run is still in progress.

    Planet Python

  • Congress set up the program after the Sept. 11 attacks to keep food safe from bioterrorism and to allow quick tracebacks when contaminated food reaches consumers.

    ajc.com - News

  • Congress set up the program after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks to keep food safe from bioterrorism and to allow quick tracebacks when contaminated food reaches consumers.

    R&D Mag - News

  • So, in a nutshell, httplib2. py tracebacks because of this new object, which isn't a valid argument to sock. settimeout ()

    Fedora People

  • Because IP address tracebacks can dead-end at the intermediary, an IP address can reveal too little information.

    Technology & Marketing Law Blog

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