filter back


w>filter back

vi (refugees etc)allmählich zurückkommen
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The colors of the mud, sand, cliffs, pebbles and the ever-changing light reflected from the sea have remained with him and filter back into his paintings.
"They play five along the back, the keeper is six, two midfield players are eight and two guys on the sides filter back to make 10 or sometimes 11 behind the ball.
"If you stop and take the free, even though you've five seconds to take it, it gives players more time to filter back.
Now wildlife is slowly starting to filter back into Liverpool Bay, as the Marine Life Trust say they regularly spot seals, porpoises and now playful dolphins.
at the end of the week as United's players filter back for pre-season training.
In Asian trading, spot gold ticked back above $1,400 an ounce as buyers continued to filter back into the market, but the brutal sell-off at the start of the week left it heading for a fourth week of losses.
Motorists then have to filter back in to the left hand lane to go straight ahead.
"Ninety five per cent mortgages are starting to filter back through from the high-street lenders, which means more people will be able to borrow to buy.
"Fabrice's recovery is paramount but the players who do go can filter back the news.
It was after that event that word began to filter back that Sayfutdinov could be UK-bound, with several sources within the sport reporting the story and mentioning Coventry as a destination - although Bees co-boss Alun Rossiter was keen to play down the possibility, stressing that nobody at the club has met with the Russian at this stage.
He feared that these goods will ultimately filter back into Pakistan hurting domestic manufactures and legal importers.