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back door

adjective A slang term referring to the anus; anal.
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Four teens were arrested at the Sumac home after they ran out the back door.
Tafalla that it would be hard for the suspect to open the back door since the victims' townhouse was joined to other units in the subdivision.
Do you think someone's going to randomly try the back door, find it unlocked, and come in and steal all our stuff?
The front door is always locked and you couldn't see from the gate in the garden that the back door was open.
According to sources, many AI flights are operating with the back door shown as inoperative due to shortage of cabin crew.
You close the back doors by stipulating in contracts that vendors must adhere to specific security standards and procedures.
The bin was set alight and placed against the back door but was extinguished by one of the people in the house.
He said, "the era of packing the Parliament through the back door by using the defunct Article 58 (2) (b) is over for all times and no back doors and side doors will be allowed to be reopened for sending the elected Parliaments home.
However, delegates clearly felt any suspension was the thin end of the wedge and an attempt by the Tory-led coalition to deregulate Sunday trading by the back door.
Talking to the BBC in Srinagar, Ali Geelani expressed serious concern over the back door negotiation between Pakistan and India, saying that the government of Pakistan has not informed him formally regarding the talks.
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.
Learning at the Back Door is definitely scholarly writing.