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For instance, if Spot walks out of Wi-Fi range, it will stop and backtrack its steps until it starts receiving commands again so it won’t get lost and walk off a platform in an off-shore rig, for example.
Last month, the San Dieguito Union School District in Encinitas backtracked on its plan to fully reopen in January, according to KPBS.
Google quickly backtracked on that guidance after local SEOs brought it to the company’s attention, and the messaging disappeared shortly after.
If the FDA backtracks on its commitment to consult the independent advisory board, or if the agency’s leaders reject the committee’s advice, it would be a sign that they’re acting under political pressure without scientific support.
HOW TO TELL A POLITICAL STUNT FROM A REAL VACCINEBY CAROLINE CHEN, ISAAC ARNSDORF AND RYAN GABRIELSONSEPTEMBER 26, 2020PROPUBLICA
Contreras backtracked, agreeing that he should have, Roark said.
It backtracks the most common paths to a goal of your choosing.
Following their backtrack through the forest, therefore, they proceeded towards the place where they had left their horses.
BRUINMAYNE REID
To-morrow I'll sell the grub and backtrack to the coast to guard it.
THE TRAIL OF A SOURDOUGHMAY KELLOGG SULLIVAN
Loring realized he had made a mistake and tried to backtrack.
DANGER IN DEEP SPACECAREY ROCKWELL

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