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.
How easy it would be to circle back to the coast, and then make toward the south and his own jungle and cabin.
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.
If he let go now, Wolfi would perhaps in course of time circle back. Perhaps.
WEST Midlands-based trainer Ian Williams (inset right) has ruled out sending Magic Circle back to Australia for a second shot at the Lexus Melbourne Cup at Flemington in November.
Covering France, Germany, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Czech and many more, Azmat will complete a full circle back to London.
Meriweather comes full circle back to his betrothed as this story evolves.
If you automatically turn first to Whispers, as a lot of readers do, you'll need to circle back to the Page 1 story on future plans for Capital Bank of Little Rock, soon to be renamed Encore Bank.
This brings us full circle back to the influence of culture, tradition and religion in the legislation of bills and rights for the populace.
The tracking system shows the plane do a tight loop and circle back towards its destination after the massive overshoot.
Adding another layer of idiosyncrasy is the fact that the book was originally written in Norwegian and, despite the author's attempts to make the book more widely accessible, the text still habitually finds ways to circle back to Norway.