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back room

Describing something that is secret or clandestine. I refuse to take part in your shady back room dealings.
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back room

mod. secret; concealed. All the candidates were selected in back room meetings.
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A spokesman for Warwickshire Police said: "The offenders, described as five white males in dark clothing, wearing masks and carrying tools, entered the store and threatened the three members of staff and forced them into a back room, taking their mobile phones.
With thick concrete walls and a sound system of its own, the activities of the main club won't invade into The Back Room. It's open 5pm-midnight Sunday-Tuesday and 5pm-2am Wednesday-Saturday.
The cause of the fire is still being investigated, but Raade said it might have originated from a candle burning in the back room.
With the vaulting champ nursing his wounded ego and Pistol-boy trying to confidently demand money and jewels, you can't see our hero emerging from the back room pointing his shotgun at them --but you can clearly see their faces!
Sculptor David Borgerding created the statement chandelier made of vintage horn instruments that hangs in the back room. Painter Jason Horton created the paintings of coffee beans on small block canvases that are on the shelves in the front room of the store, and artist Madilynn hand-painted all of the gold leaf on the windows.
The products offered by Effizient, which are being used by some of the industry's largest chains, replace pallets, making it easier to maneuver merchandise on and off the floor and making it easier to organize back rooms and minimize inventory.
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They locked staff in a back room and fled with cash.
But in a joint statement, Mr Weir and Mr Easton denied their party had entered into a back room deal with Lady Sylvia and urged their voters to lend their vote to the widow of former RUC Chief Constable Sir Jack Hermon.
Moss, 36, was given permission to smoke in a back room at the posh London celebrity hotspot with her pals.
Near the top of the category of "Things That Ought To Work A Lot Better Than They Actually Do" are back room collaborations.
bank ordered a Muslim woman to leave her place in line and be served in a back room because the headscarf she wore for religious grounds violated the institution's "no hats, hoods or
This need to economize on back room storage comes at a time when supermarkets continue to add depth to their product offerings to appeal to a wider range of consumers.
Station officer Paul Sadler said initial indications were that the fire had been started by an electrical fault in one of the beauty machines used in the back room of the salon.