dipped back

dipped back

conformation in an animal in which the normal dip between withers and croup is exaggerated. Called also swayback.
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In London, there was also some economic news as official figures showed inflation in the UK dipped back into negative territory last month after falls in the prices of food and petrol and offset rises for new fashions.
INFLATION dipped back in to negative territory last month for the second time this year, easing pressure on the Bank of England to hike interest rates from their record lows.
During the initial stages of his management Wales dipped back down to 82nd, but recently rose as high as 34th and are expected to soar to within a whisker of breaking into the top 20 next week.
Brent crude oil prices dipped back below $50 a barrel on Monday as Europe's and Asia's economic outlook darkened, although some price support came from falling U.
She wore a strapless taffeta A-line gown with sweetheart neckline, bust-line encrusted with intricate hand-beading, dipped back, side-gathered dropped waist, asymmetrically tiered pick-up skirt accented with matching appliques, and chapel-length train.
Kevin Mirallas could also be dipped back in after a hamstring injury, which has plagued him ever since he signed.
but soon dipped back into to the mid-82 yen level, dealers said.
The euro, which has been keeping to tight ranges in recent sessions, dipped back under $1.
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On the Democratic side of the ledger, the poll found that President Barack Obama's approval rating dipped back to 49 percent.
Growth edged above 7 percent a year before the global financial crisis but then dipped back to around 5 percent.
Investors who had been nervous over the euro zone's sovereign debt crisis dipped back into euro as well as commodity-based currencies such as the Australian and New Zealand dollars this week after the stress tests indicated the region's banking system had not been hobbled by the crisis.