lookback

lookback

A colloquial term for retrospective research, that is, for any investigation that attempts to review the underlying causes of an event.
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Lookback Moniaive resident Ian Nason beside a pothole he complained about earlier this year.
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This seminar will discuss the Medicaid five year lookback along with the newly enacted Veteran's Administration three-year look back on asset transfer.
The bank must also hire a third-party "lookback consultant" to conduct a review of the branch's transaction clearing activity for April 2016 to September 2016, along with other remedial actions.
There is a lookback period of 60 months, which results in the review of any gift (known as an uncompensated transfer) made during that period other than to a spouse.