Backlash | Definition of Backlash by Merriam-Webster
Authoritarian approaches and arguments to control screen time are likely to lead to backlash. — alan kazdin, Time, "How to Manage Parental Control Over Your Child's Screen Time," 30 Apr. 2018
Backlash | Define Backlash at Dictionary.com
Backlash definition, a sudden, forceful backward movement; recoil. See more.
Backlash 2018 | WWE
The action was intense from start to finish in the co-branded WWE Backlash pay-per-view, as Roman Reigns endured an absolute mauling to conquer longtime adversary Samoa Joe, and the No Disqualification Match between WWE Champion AJ Styles and Shinsuke Nakamura was so brutal that no clear winner could be determined.
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WWE Backlash - Wikipedia
WWE Backlash is a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event, that is produced by WWE, a professional wrestling promotion based in Connecticut.The event was created in 1999, with its inaugural event produced as an In Your House event in April of that year.
Backlash - definition of backlash by The Free Dictionary
back·lash (băk′lăsh′) n. 1. A sudden or violent backward whipping motion. 2. An antagonistic reaction to a trend, development, or event: "As the backlash against ...
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Backlash 2017 | WWE
In the midst of all-out anarchy at WWE Backlash, The Maharaja conquered Randy Orton to capture his first WWE Championship. Plus, the United States Championship Match between Kevin Owens and AJ Styles ended in controversy.
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Snapchat recently rolled out a redesigned app to entice new users and make the interface less confusing. But now it's alienating its existing user base.
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