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(journalism) A newspaper rewrite or short synopsis of the information presented in the original story. in order to refresh the memories of readers who saw the old story and to update new readers.
At the end of the handrail, on both sides of the first doorway, John placed a curtain tieback.
The most likely development option is a subsea tieback to the nearby Captain Field.
The tieback curtains are often ruffled to show off the effect of the tieback.
Tiebacks can be of self-material or any other kind of tieback you like an elegant rope cord and tassel.
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