He played for the California prep school Harvard-Westlake, where, funnily enough, his backup was the actor Jason Segel.
In early October, Health Republic allowed me to submit a “grievance claim” which I filed, along with a pile of backup documents.
However, the North Colorado secessionists do have a backup plan.
But if it comes to a fight, will the Republicans have any backup outside Capitol Hill?
“I can see them through the window,” one employee said as she stomped to the customer service desk to call for backup.
Now she was off to restore herself from a backup made before she met me.
They recovered me from backup and into a force-grown clone at Toronto General.
When they woke, this event—everything following the backup—would never have happened for them.
I have a backup in my public directory—anyone can examine it.
We planned it, then Debra had herself refreshed from a backup—no memory of the event, just the Whuffie for me.
("back up" when used as a verb) A spare copy of a file, file system, or other resource for use in the event of failure or loss of the original.
The term commonly refers to a copy of the files on a computer's disks, made periodically and kept on magnetic tape or other removable medium (also called a "dump").
This essential precaution is neglected by most new computer users until the first time they experience a disk crash or accidentally delete the only copy of the file they have been working on for the last six months. Ideally the backup copies should be kept at a different site or in a fire safe since, though your hardware may be insured against fire, the data on it is almost certainly neither insured nor easily replaced.
See also backup software, differential backup, incremental backup, full backup. Compare archive, source code management.