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Talks about a bipartisan fallback are based on the idea that Obamacare insurance markets have problems and would need to be fixed if the health-care bill dies.
Their only fallback is to propose repealing Obamacare, while promising idly to replace it—to clean up the mess at some unspecified point in the future.
Adhering strictly to the rankings, if Fields rejects Georgia, there would be no better fallback for the Bulldogs than landing Corral.
Remote centers serving poor patients without alternative health care providers have no fallback.
Initially, Howard fit that plan perfectly, serving as a fallback option when Al Horford bolted for Boston and helping Atlanta reach the playoffs for the 10th straight season.
But AVX's older predecessor, the SSE family, is much less likely to have such fallbacks.
In Los Angeles, especially, public transit is often regarded as a fallback of the poor, the D.U.I.-stricken, and the downright eccentric—a stigma that serves to bolster its admirers.
Still, persuading people to actually get in one of these vehicles with no human fallback will take some effort.
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