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back door

adjective A slang term referring to the anus; anal.
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A spokesman for Cleveland Police said the back door on that occasion was closed but unlocked.
According to sources, many AI flights are operating with the back door shown as inoperative due to shortage of cabin crew.
We lost a couple of key players at key times but sometimes coming through the back door you get hardened and because you're in that position when you can potentially lose every week you don't fear losing.
40am, again armed with nail varnish remover, Wilson set fire to the back door of a house on Lismore Terrace, Springwell Village, Washington.
The resident closed the back door on them and ran off through the front door.
I FOR one wasn't surprised to read that cowardly Nick Clegg sneaked in by the back door instead of facing those outside the Lib Dem Scottish party conference in Perth protesting the cuts imposed by his Tory puppet-masters.
There is no getting away from the benefits of the back door diplomacy, The back door diplomacy with India will once again be initiated, if it suits Pakistan's interests," The News quoted Qureshi, as saying.
But then you leave the back door unlocked and someone enters and walks out with your jewelry.
WORCESTER - A city man allegedly kicked down the back door of a Payson Street apartment Saturday afternoon and stole antique coins and cash from inside before a neighbor chased and caught him.
He fled out the back door, apparently frightened away.
And once the back door is locked, it should stay that way.