Back-away sentence example

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  • Some cats will respond quicker than others so you'll have to take your time, watch the cat closely and use your best judgment on when to pet or back away.
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  • It's far better to back away from something that might be dangerous and possibly be a bit embarrassed than to ignore our gut instincts and have something far worse happen.
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  • Slowly back away diagonally from the bear.
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  • If you're creating the look yourself, all you need to do is brush your hair back away from your face and pull into a ponytail.
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  • It is fun to see your pets zip through tunnels, go up and down ramps, travel through rooms and back away from closed doors.
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  • Many people subconsciously will back away from you if you get too close.
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  • She pushed back away from him into the seat as much as possible.
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  • He slid back away from the table, grabbing a napkin to dam the tea from the edge of the table.
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  • Jenn fought the urge to back away.
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  • It was not until she was safely back away from the area where she saw the skunk and was laughing (because I am panicking) that she told me what she saw.
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