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.
The back cover replaces the original battery cover of the Samsung Galaxy S4, maintaining the sleek design, with extra tough protection.
You may want to read our 32-page guide for more complete details about the menu items (see back cover for ordering details).
The publisher has provided a separate chart slipped into the inside back cover to crosscurrent the eleven and nine -- a kind of intricate "place-logic" of early modern utopias that would have sent a Peter Ramus or Fr.
Take this passage from the back cover copy: "Encryption technology keeps the codes for the world's security and communications systems top secret.
A note on the back cover of this book says only that "Catherine Dalzell was born in Toronto, Canada, some years before they built the CN Tower.
Just remove the back cover and locate the 2 connecting points next to the battery.
Voters can find the address of their polling places by looking on the back cover of the sample ballot that was sent in the mail.
As the back cover copy puts it: "Why spend all day looking at lists of words and definitions when you can read a gripping page-turner that incorporates SAT vocabulary words right into the text?
At first glance, the present hardback edition appears to be much the same book in American translation-except that the final paragraph is pasted inside the back cover.
For more information about meeting registration and obtaining a race number through AMAA, see the back cover of this journal.
The back cover features Father Robert Madden looking wonderfully avuncular appealing for donations--donations to support a college that allows a homosexual student organization while opposing its pro-life Catholic students.