Back Cover


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Back Cover

The outside of the last page of a magazine. Back covers very often have advertisements on them. As a result of its visibility, a back cover usually commands a higher price from an advertiser.
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A number of Nexus 6 back covers are slowly separating from the main unit due to the expanding battery that naturally pushes away the rear protection.
Since my name appears on the back cover of both books, I felt uncomfortable including the reviews in the book review section.
The Table of Contents will now appear solely inside the journal, leaving the back cover available for announcements or advertisements.
Young artists from across Rhondda Cynon Taf rose to the challenge of designing the back cover of this year's brochure for the famous Nos Galan race.
Or, check out the author guidelines on the inside back cover of this journal.
The final pages of the Product News are dedicated to brochures, available from companies by simply noting the circle number on cards located next to the back cover.
Though he's lain low since 1995's full-length Restore, this seven-track return to form is as muscular and no-nonsense as his photo on its back cover.
For more information, see the back cover of this journal or go to www.
A note on the back cover reminds us of how much John Paul himself suffered in his later years: "I, too, have been assailed by suffering and have known the physical weakness that comes from disability and illness.
You may have heard about the DVD called "Stop Snitching" that advocates witness intimidation and that emphasizes its point with an illustration on its back cover showing three dead bodies over the words "snitch prevention" In Baltimore, where this DVD is on sale, Ricky Prince, a witness to a gang shooting who had agreed to testify, was recently shot in the head.
These have been drawn specially for the book and also come on a CD-ROM tucked into a pocket inside the back cover.
Bill Kervin, author of the book and professor of worship and liturgy at Emmanuel College, at the University of Toronto, said the back cover of his book does not hide the fact that some prayers have been drawn from other faiths besides Christianity.