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  • n  to break off a military action with an enemy

  • Maine Senator Olympia Snowe's idea of creating a public option as only a fallback if private insurance companies fail to produce genuine competition seems to be gaining currency at .
  • I've heard that fallback idea talked about quite a bit lately, in various guises.
  • But Ray insisted his son find a fallback career.
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  • Jeremy Lamb Was Once a Walmart Model
    If this whole NBA thing doesn't work out, Jeremy Lamb has a fallback plan. Photo Credit: AP
    June 21, 2013 - NBC Connecticut
  • Entertaining at the Park
    From left: Jacob Lampman, Peter Jorgenson, Matt Stein and Kurt Kissinger are Fallback, a blues and rock band that will perform Thursday, June 27, at Party in the Park.
    June 20, 2013 - The Algona Upper Des Moines

  • Steny Hoyer in BusinessWeek
    The budget also allows us ...... an up-or-down vote on reforming health care -- not as an option of first resort, but as a fallback if partisanship blocks progress,said House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, a Democrat.
  • Sir Alex Ferguson in Independent
    Ferguson said: "I am confident Carlos Tevez will sign and I am happy to wait until clearance comes along. If it became obvious that the situation wasn't going to turn our way we would have to reconsider our plans. But I have nothing as a fallback...
  • James Laurinaitis in Forbes
    James calls that "not too bad of a fallback job."

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