in the back

in the back

in the back part of a building; in the back room of a building. I don't have your size here, but perhaps I can find it in the back. He's not in the shop right now. I'll see if he's in the back.
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He sees them all trained there and then he hears what's going on in the back room.
Hughley), sprays oil and other materials at pursuing vehicles, drops a cage onto baddies in the back seat and features prominent dispensers for soft-drink brands (the ones with which Disney consistently has tie-ins), a fast-food chain (more tie-ins) and candies that spill into the car and get mentioned by name.
It involves the fatal shooting of a Mexican worker by a Border Patrol agent in Arizona, who, another agent charged, had shot the man in the back and left him to die.
Instead of folding in the back page to reveal a hidden gag, the trading card "fold ins" are actually pairs of cards which, when put together, reveal a hidden joke.
One has to assume that if you're shot in the back, the confrontation was not going on at the time the shot was fired,'' said Ralph Peretz, who did not have a chance to talk to youth and did not know why he was at the school.