Backups [noun]

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It typically takes days to get results back, and backups at labs can drag the process out for a week or two.

They have to be pretty confident they have someone to replace Mayer if they didn’t even get him to stay as a backup.

Using new technologies and backup power sources, Winn said SDG&E has also taken steps to reduce the number of customers who lose power this year.

At the start of the Covid-19 outbreak, when my insurance wouldn’t allow me to get a backup supply of the insulin I need to live, I received eight vials in the mail from my friend Rena.

As a backup, researchers should also consider using a less tested freeze-drying technique known as lyophilization.

She could swap out a dead bot for a backup in five minutes flat, which is all that crowd-control would permit.

My cochlea struck twelve noon and a HUD appeared with my weekly backup reminder.

My next-most-recent backup was three years old, dating from the completion of my second symphony.

I stopped in front of the backup terminal in the gateway between Liberty Square and Fantasyland.

I had prepared a written synopsis of the events since her last backup for her, and she read it over the next couple days.