One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘This means that the code is backwardly compatible.’
- ‘These horns are erect and consist of two branches or prongs, a short branch extending forward and located around halfway up the horn, and a longer, backwardly directed tip.’
- ‘However, they're early Alphas, which were the most backwardly compatible.’
- ‘A smooth band defines the posterior edge of the axial region, and two raised ridges define the backwardly directed edge of the fixed cheek.’
- ‘That's right, this baby is backwardly compatible!’
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