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throwback

(thro'bak)
1. To reflect. See: atavism
2. To impair progress.

throwback

see atavism.
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Driven by attempts to expand merchandise offerings, teams that offer throwback jerseys are tapping into powerful symbols.
According to Pepsi officials, both Throwbacks are popular among younger consumers, with more than 50% of its volume coming from Gen X and Gen Y.
Plans for the Ducks to wear some sort of throwback uniform have been a poorly guarded secret over the last year.
The usual solution is to get rid of the foreign nongrantor trust as soon as possible by domesticating it, since the throwback rules only apply to foreign trusts.
We were kind of a throwback to Zeppelin, but not, because we were modem for that time.
You could look at Honda's RN01 mountain bike as a bit of a throwback.
A do-right man and throwback to a bygone era, the dapper Hamilton is the protector of an oasislike neighborhood where women safely walk the streets at night and black-owned businesses thrive.
The effect of the income tax burden on property is more pronounced for states mandating unitary taxation or the throwback rule.
It's a little risky of the author to give her young heroine an interest as untrendy as sewing without making her seem a throwback to an earlier time.
In 2000's short Prelude, the dancers' rooted swaggers seemed a throwback, juvenile almost, perhaps due to the cast's extreme youth and aggressive beauty.
offers a frightening throwback to freshman economics.