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    Orgins & Definition: Back to the traces, or back in the traces?

    I am looking for the definition & origin of the expression:
    Back to the traces, or back in the traces- I have not been able to find any information.

    Please respond to me at susunhowl@yahoo.com

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    Re: Orgins & Definition: Back to the traces, or back in the traces?

    Quote Originally Posted by susunhowl@yahoo.com View Post
    I am looking for the definition & origin of the expression:
    Back to the traces, or back in the traces- I have not been able to find any information.

    Please respond to me at susunhowl@yahoo.com
    I am not familiar with that expression. Do you mean "Back in harness"?

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