rowback
 n.— «The smoking ban, due to come into force in January, yesterday dominated nearly two hours of debate at the weekly Fianna Fail parliamentary party meeting. However, Mr Martin rejected all calls for a rowback and insisted that the Government had no option but to go ahead with the ban.» —“FF lobby for deal on smoking ban grows” by Mark Hennessy Irish Times (Dublin, Ireland) Oct. 1, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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