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1 Children often seem to bounce back from illness more quickly than adults do.
2 He is young enough to bounce back from this disappointment.
3 Whatever decision the president makes, it will bounce back on the future of the country.
4 However, Big Mac is poised to bounce back.
5 By the end of this year, California will bounce back completely from its 5-year-long recession.
6 Perhaps he was just young enough to bounce back, perhaps Oasis stung him into action.
7 The personal savings rate has already started to bounce back, and is sure to rise further this year.
8 Daks are known to bounce back, but this one looks beyond recall.
9 The overhang was cleared, enabling the shares to bounce back to 356p, down 2 on balance.
10 The radar waves bounce back off the cars that approach, and are registered by the receiving apparatus.
11 We are confident the business will bounce back from the recession.
12 Liverpool's footballers hope to bounce back after their defeat in Europe last week.
13 Now the Lakers just need Ceballos to bounce back.
14 Optimistic, Tigers always bounce back for new and fresh challenges.
15 Another Safety Issue: Can Toyota Ever Bounce Back?
16 It took 6 weeks to bounce back from the jungle.
17 The Taiwanese, though, are resilient and soon bounce back.
18 It will bounce back stronger again.
19 Believe it or not your bra needs time to "bounce back" so it doesn't lose its holding power.
20 The electromagnetic waves bounce back to the earth and penetrate human tissue.
21 She thinks I should bounce back.
22 South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford is trying to bounce back from his sex scandal.
23 The company's had a lot of problems in the past, but it's always managed to bounce back.
24 The machine can compute the time it takes a sound wave to bounce back.
25 During this excruciating period of flux,[www.Sentencedict.com] politicians and economists tried to forecast when the economy would bounce back.
26 But stand-in skipper McAllister is confident that Leeds will bounce back in the style that made them champions last May.
27 This slight lean to the left is a temporary adjustment, which may result in a sudden bounce back with an overcompensation of a lean to the right.
28 The team has a good spirit, a good mentality, a good attitude and that will come out longer term. We have had a bad start but I believe we can bounce back and be very strong this season.
29 The market slumped after that high point, only to bounce back strongly.
30 It traps many of the heat waves which would otherwise bounce back into space.
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