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.
See also: back
References in classic literature ?
I think he had a dim idea that if he could migrate to a distant parish, he might find neighbours worthy of him; and indeed he did subsequently transfer himself to the Saracen's Head, which was doing a thriving business in the back street of a neighbouring market-town.
He sees them all trained there and then he hears what's going on in the back room.
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.