Circle Back

Circle Back

Slang; to discuss an issue after it was previously discussed, especially if nothing was decided. For example, if a board of directors tables an agenda item and then discusses it at the next meeting, it could be said to be circling back to the issue.
References in classic literature ?
He would cross the dry country and come to the good hunting in a third of the time that it would take to go far to the north and circle back again.
It was still in the boy's mind to travel to the south, and circle back to the coast in search of another outpost of civilization.
Naturally, we had to slow down long before we got to them; but even then we shot past like a whirlwind and were compelled to circle back between them and the shore.
And to circle back around to my original marketing complaint: ONE picture on your credit union website of ONE young black male in a business suit (can't have him too "street" now, can we?
The average plow truck route is 40 miles, and it takes hours for that truck to circle back to the same point on its route.
Gary and Colin Jowett from Card Circle back the Click & Collect scheme, left
On Brooklyn and Chloe's original meeting a source revealed: "They were introduced through mutual friends and have the same social circle back in Los Angeles.
Most of us have an urge, maybe more as we age, to circle back to the past and touch the places and things of childhood.
Gently allow the feet to move away from each other and circle back to starting position, similar to a swimming stoke.
It is a long journey that comes full circle back in alpine fields with ironic surprise.
It's an adjective cavalierly thrown around by the same boss who might stop by your desk to say, "I'II be out of pocket tomorrow, but let's circle back soon with all hands on deck to do some outside-of-the-box thinking on ways to strategically shift the paradigm moving forward vis-a-vis our value-added deliverables.
However, the towering Grenadian dominated inside the shooting circle back on Welsh soil.