back tell

back tell

The transfer of information from a higher to a lower echelon of command. See also track telling.
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Descriptions on the back tell how to install the most complicated of accessories.
So don't just sit there and sup it all up, get off your backside and hit back tell them what you think.
Look Who's Back tells the tale of Adolf Hitler mysteriously reawakening in 2011, struggling with modern life and rising to fame in a satirical TV show.
The store design takes up the Sistem51 launch campaign theme "The Front Tells the Time -- The Back Tells the Story".
The Way Way Back tells the story of 14-year-old Duncan's awkward, funny, and sometimes painful summer vacation with his mother, Pam, her overbearing boyfriend, Trent, and his daughter, Steph.
The sore left side of my back tells how many backhands I've hit this week.
Take It All Out, Put It All Back tells of trying to balance the books and find a way to coax good luck into your life while Identity Crisis and Red Torch are both tales of confusion and shuddering intimacy.
In his newly-published autobiography, 'Size Doesn't Matter' (Milo Books), Back tells of his formative rugby years in the city, reveals his torment during his time in the international wilderness, and talks about the highs and lows with England, the British Lions and club champions Leicester.
Freedman said: "To fight back tells you something about the squad because we haven't been in that position before.
I would have needed an injection to play on but when your back tells you to stop and rest, you are stupid to ignore it.
The Way Back tells the story of a group of soldiers escaping from a Siberian labour camp during World War Two.