back door


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back door

adjective A slang term referring to the anus; anal.
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Mr Collins said: "Michelle went downstairs to investigate and found Bell was fighting off an intruder at the back door.
Yesterday morning the owners of a house in Eagle Street found their back door had been forced open but it is not known what was stolen.
Then he piled the cash and cheques into a large navy Adidas sports bag before escaping through the back door.
Store owner Brown had peeked through the back door as the car sped off on March 13th, and was able to give police a description and tag number of the vehicle.
THE GAA will vote to keep the back door system in hurling at next Saturday's Special Congress in Wexford by an unanimous margin.
Its Vendor Passport Program applies state-of-the-art technology to a crucial security issue that is too often neglected - the integrity of the individuals coming in through the back door.
BURGLARS who found a back door unlocked ransacked a house and took a wallet and a handbag.
The men ran out the Washington Mutual branch's back door and jumped a fence into a back yard after a patrol car pulled up out front, officials said.
It was hot in Gastonia, North Carolina, on November 28, 2001, so late in the day someone at the West Main Newsstand Book Nook propped the back door open to cool the establishment.
In the Commons, Tory leader William Hague demanded an amendment to the Bill "so that there is no risk of a back door privacy law being introduced.
Customers were still drinking in the Big Steak pub restaurant when a raider, wearing a balaclava, entered through an unlocked back door at about 10.