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Background recalculation
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Background recalculation: Recalculation of cells while working in an electronic spreadsheet
Background task
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Background task: Task which is performed parallel to the main application
Background voices
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Background voices: Voices that back up the lead singer or singers
Backgrounder
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Backgrounder: Informal press conference in which an official spokesperson (from government or business) provides journalists with background information report or briefi
Backhand
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Backhand: Backhanded indirect oblique. [R.]
Backhanded
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Backhanded: With the hand turned backward as, a backhanded blow. Indirect awkward insincere 6. sarcastic 7. as, a backhandedcompliment. 8. Turned back, or inclining to th
Backhanded compliment
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Backhanded compliment: Sarcastic praise, double-edged compliment
Backhandedness
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Backhandedness: State of being backhanded the using of backhanded or indirectmethods.
Backhaul
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Backhaul: (Internet) concentrating data in a distribution point from which it is sent over Internet channels concentrating radio or TV signals in a distribution point fo
Backheel
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Backheel: A method of tripping by getting the leg back of the opponentsheel on the outside and pulling forward while pushing his body back A throw made in this way. v. t
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